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Full text of "A register of the members of St. Mary Magdalen College, Oxford, from the foundation of the college"

Presented to the 
LIBRARY of the 

UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO 
by 

PROF. PETER HEYWORTH 



REGISTER OF THE MEMBERS 

OF ST. MARY MAGDALEN 

COLLEGE, OXFORD 

APPENDED 

A DESCRIPTION OF BRASSES AND 

OTHER FUNERAL MONUMENTS 

IN THE CHAPEL 



A Register of the Members 

of St. Mary Magdalen 

College, Oxford 



FELLOWS 
VOL. VJJJ: INDEXES 

BY 

WILLIAM DUNN MACRAY, M.A. 

HON. D.LITT., F.S.A. 
FELLOW 

APPENDED 

A Description of Brasses and other 
Funeral Monuments in the Chapel 

liY 

ROBERT W. T. GUNTHER, M.A. 
FELLOW 



LONDON 

HUMPHREY MILFORD 

OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS 

AMEN CORNER, E.G. 

1915 



OXFORD : HORACE HART 
PRINTER TO THE UNIVERSITY 




PREFACE 

To the Index of the Fellozvs in the first volume was 
subjoined a note that on the completion of this series 
a general index corresponding to that in the first series 
would be printed. This volume is the fulfilment of the 
undertaking. The last fruits from an old tree which 
began to grow as a sapling under the shadow of the 
walls of the College in the year 1836. 
The 'first series, by Dr. Bloxam, of the Foundation 
Members (beginning with the Choristers and ending with 
the Demies) is in seven volumes, of which the first was 
published in 1853 and the seventh in 1881 ; the Index 
in 1885. The first volume of this series (containing the 
Fellows to 1910) was published in 1894 and the seventh in 
1911, thus extending to the same length in time as its pre- 
decessor. The Index has been divided into three classes 
for the sake of facility of reference. A list of names of 
places and countries mentioned has been added w r hich 
was not included in the former Index, but which has been 
often found to be wanted. In this, under the head of the 
College itself, I have given, under separate sub-headings, 
the details of the Chapel, Hall, Library, School, Buildings, 
and Plate, which at once afford a brief summary view of 
the history, while a mass of other details which could not 
be classified are under the head of Miscellaneous. 

All who are interested in local history or family records 
will appreciate fullness in the Index of Names. Additional 
particulars of some of the Fellows recorded will certainly 



VI PREFACE 

be found as investigation of. wills and parochial records is 
extended. Of this, Mr. J. Challenor Smith, F.S.A., has 
given proof by the many instances in which he has im- 
parted information gained by his genealogical researches. 
To him my thanks are eminently due. 

At the suggestion of Mr. Giinther, and with the ap- 
proval of the College, there is added to the volume the 
description of the memorials of departed members exist- 
ing in the Chapel in 1913, with an account of those that 
have been lost, which he printed privately last year. The 
details and illustrations are given with great accuracy, 
and the paper is full of interest, not only for the members 
of the College but also for a wider circle. I am grateful 
to Mr. Gunther for proposing its inclusion. 

W. D. MACRAY. 



CORRIGENDA 

Vol. ii, p. 73, 1. ig, for "on St. Mark's day" read "the Monday before 

St. Mark's day ". 
add " One of S. Perrot's daughters, Mary, the wife of William Westley, 

was the mother of William Westley, Fellow in 1638." 
p. 219, 1. 23, for " Earl of Somerset " read " Earl of Worcester ". 
Vol. iii, p. 124, 1. 9, dele " Possibly". Barnes's will proves that he was vicar of 

East Ilsley. 

Vol. vi, p. 70, 1. 12, for " Kent " read " Lincolnshire ". 
Vol. viii, Appendix on the Monuments, p. 10, 1. 27, add "The name is corrected 

by Macray in vol. ii. p. 225." The date is 1480. 



INDEXES 

I. FELLOWS AND PRESIDENTS. 

II. OTHER MEMBERS OF THE COLLEGE AND 
SERVANTS. 

III. PERSONS INCIDENTALLY MENTIONED AND 

BOOKS CITED. 

IV. PLACES AND COUNTRIES. 

V. MISCELLANEA; WORDS AND THINGS. 



VIII. 



WILLIAM OF WAYNFLETE, FOUNDER 

i. 3, 5 bis, 6, 10 bis, 13, 14, 15, 81, 84, 86, 88, 89, 99, 180, 200, 200-5, 2O 7> 
209,214,217; iii. 7,32; v. 52,105; vi. 13, 32,51,61 ; vii. 10,26,28, 
31, 34, 102 bis, 105, 106, 120, 127. 

His death [n Aug. 1486] i. 15; a painting of his arms [a hatchment] put up 
in the Chapel for the trental, i. 15; obit, 1489, i. 21 ; dole on his anniver- 
sary, iii. 7 ; pedigree, ii. pp. ix, x. 

His tomb at Winchester repaired 1621, iii. 47 ; 1657, i y - I2 ! J 676, iv. 29 ; 
1741, v. 13 ; 1764, v. 20 ; cleaned, 1766, ibid. ; repaired, 1797, v. 31; 
1803, v. 36; cleaned, 1898, vii. 15; repaired, 1905-9, vii. 26, 31; 
drawings of it, v. 49 ; annual payment for care of it, 1801, v. 34. 

His shoes and buskin, vi. 48 ; coffer to contain them given by Dr. Bloxam, 
ibid. ; exhibited in London by Society of Antiquaries, vii. 28. 

His chair existing in eighteenth century, v. n. 

Portrait (repaired), 1666, iv. 2 2 ; other portraits, ibid., 24 ; y. 16, 1 7, 41 ; effigies 
engraved, 1810, v. 41. 

Budden's Life of him, iii. 34 bis [see Chandler, Richard]. 
Tomb of his father, v. 20, 36, 50 ; vi. 25-6. 



INDEX I 



The figures in black type mark the biographical notices, and 
where the references are numerous these are placed first to facilitate 
consultation. 



Acton, Daniel, iii. 183. 

Acton, Edward Cecil, v. 100. 

f Adams, , ? 1598, iii. 34.] 

Adams, Constantine, iv. 57. 

Adams, Henry Cadwallader, vi. 141-3. 

Adams, Richard, iv. 161. 

Adams, Samuel, iv. 164-5. 

Adams, William, i. 138 ; i. 38, 39, 40, 

41, 46, 47, 51, 53, 56, 58, 63. 
Addison, Joseph, iv. 168-9, 1/7; v. 

163; vii. 115; portrait, v. 40; vi. 

61. 

Addison, Lancelot, iii. 253 ; iv. 174. 
Albon, John, ii. 81. 
Alcock, William, iii. 241 ; v. 129. 
Aldrich, William, v. 153. 
Aldworth, Charles, iv. 35, 120, 128; 

v. 7. 

Aldworth, Thomas, ii. 31, 141. 
Aldworth, William, ii. 171. 
Aleyn, Richard, i. 100 ; vii. 120. 
Alington, John, vi. 84. 
Allen, Charles, iv. 162-3. 
Allen, Henry, iv. 126. 
Allen, Richard, ii. 155. 
Allen, Samuel, ii. 188. 
Allen, William, ii. 147. 
Allen, William Denis, vi. 140, 172, 179; 

vii. 47. 

Allibone, Job, iv. 149. 
Almont, Robert, iv. 37, 123. 
Amerson, Paul, ii. 147-8. 
Andrews, Joseph, v. 58-9. 
Annesley, Richard, iv. 120, 120-1; vi. 

192. 

Antrobus, Robert, iii. 174. 
Ardern, Richard, [1531], ii. 66. 
Arderne, Richard, [1491], i. 120 ; i. 34. 
Armitage, Edward, vi. 153-4. 
Armstrong, Edmund, ii. 148. 



Armstrong, John, ii. 74. 

Ashbridge, Samuel, iv. 174. 

Ashfield, Hugh, i. 117. 

Ashley, Robert, iii. 25, 91-101. 

Ashurst, James, iv. 82. 

Askew ith, Thomas, i. 121. 

Atkins, Henry, ii. 142. 

Atkins, or Atkinson, Ralph, iii. 63 ; ii. 

1 13, 114 bis, 115, 184 ; iii. fa bis, 88. 
Atkynson, Arthur, i. 131-2. 
Atwater, William, bishop of Lincoln, 

i. 94-7 ; i. 71 ; vii. 105. 
Audley, John, v. 75, 78-9. 
Austin, Ralph, iii. 50, 152. 
Avery, Richard, iv. 99. 

Bachelar, Peter, ii. 132. 

Bacon, Phanuel, v. 55, 62. 

Badesley, or Bardesley, Richard, i. 92. 

Bagshaw, Francis, iv. 38, 128. 

Bagshaw, Harrington, iv. 165. 

Baker, George Edward, vi. 179 ; vii. 

123 ; iv. p. vi ; v. 79, 125 ; vi. 109 ., 

158; vii. 25, 32-3. 
Baker, John, i. 109-10. 
Balfour, Isaac Bayley, vi. 157; vii. 40. 
Balfour, William, vi. 147. 
Balgay, Balguay, or Balgie, Nicholas, 

ii. 114, 149-50; iii. 265. 
Balgay, or Balguay, Paul, ii. 175; iii. 

70. 
Balkey, John, i. 139 ; i. 37, 39, 41, 42, 

43, 44 stepe, 47 bis, 52, 56. 
Ball, Richard, iii. 26, 109-10. 
Barebone, or Barbon, John, ii. 188 ; iii. 

6, 94 bis, 266. 
Barker, Arthur Alcock, ii. 126 .; vi. 

158. 

Barker, William, ii. 132, 135-6. 
Barksdale, Francis, iv, 57-8, 60. 



B 2 



INDEX I 



Barmby, James, vi. 147-9. 

Barnard; see Bernard. 

[Barnard, alias Bernard, John Austin, iv. 

149 .] 

Barnes ; see Bernes. 
Barnes, Robert, iii. 27, 28, 29 bis, 68, 

113-14 ; vi. 194. 

Baron. James, iv. 12, 58-60; vii. 115. 
Barrell, Robert, iii. 175-6. 
Barrett, Robert, i. 145. 
Barrett, or Bassett, Thomas, i. 152. 
Barthewe, alias Bertie, Richard, ii. 

75-6. 

Barton : see Burton. 
Baskett, Richard, iii. 183; iv. 19. 
Bassett. Reginald, i. 144. 
Bate, Herbert Newell, vii 77-8. 
Bateman, Thomas, iv. 126. 
Batnor, or Batner, John, ii. iSS; iii. 61. 
Batt, Stephen, iii. 104. 
Bawdry, William, i. 92. 
Bayley, James, iv. 126. 
Bayley, Thomas, [1610], iii. 136. 
Bayley, Thomas, President, iv. 110 ; 

iii. 200; iv. 27, 28, 36, 37, 53, 112. 
Bayley, Walter, iv. 97, 98, 116. 
Baynethorpe, Roger, i. 163 ; i. 72 bis, 

73, 74 sap:, 75. 
Bedall, John, i. 121. 
Bede, Robert, ii. 82. 
Bedell, Arthur, ii. 141. 
Bele, , [1500], i. 135. 
Bell, Charles Francis, vii. 90-1. 
Bell. Thomas, ii. 81. 
Belson, Augustine, iv. 152. 
Benecke, Paul Victor Mendelssohn, vii. 

53, 124. 

Bennett. Peter, iii. 201 ; iv. 119. 
Bentham, Thomas, ii. 89-90, 93, 129. 
Bentley, John, i. 97; i. 8, 10, 13. 
Benyson, Simon, i. 152 ; i. 73, 135, 174. 
Bernard ; see Barnard. 
Bernard, Edward Russell, vi. 58, 72, 

176. 
Bernard, Robert, i. 155; i. 72, 73, 74 

ter, 75. 
Bernes, Richard, i. 81; i. 5, 14, 83, 89, 

98 ; vii. 119. 
Bertie ; see Barthewe. 
Bertie, Ernie, v. 64. 
Bertwisal, Edward, iv. 152. 
Best. Henry, v. 133. 
Bickley, Thomas, ii. 81, 122 ; vi. 47. 
Biddulph, Henry, v. 167. 
Biddulph, Zachary Henry, iii. 250; v. 

52, 156-7 ; vi. 4. 
Bide ; see Byde. 
Bigge, Robert, iii. 176; iv. 188. [See 

Addenda in this volume.] 



Birch, Henry, v. 151. 

Birch, James, v. 107. 

Birch, John, v. 99. 

Birch, Walter, v. 45, 135, 136, 143. 

Bird, Reginald, vi. 169. 

Bird, Roger, vi. 83, 86, 127 w. 

Bishoppe, John, i. 97. 

Bisse, Philip, ii. 155-7 ; iii. 47 ., 123*1., 

265. 
Bisse, James, ii. 192; ii. 113, 114, 116, 

171, 194; iii. 9, 68, 82; neglected 

lecturing, ii. 107. 
Blagden, Thomas Nixon, v. 152. 
Blanche, Blange, or Blenche, Richard, 

ii. 81. 

Blatch, James, iii. 343 ; v. 153. 
Blower, Samuel, iv. 13, 89. 
Bloxam, John Rouse, vi. 103-17 ; i. 

p. iv, 19, 22. et passim, throughout the 

Series. MS. Register cited, v. 21. 

Collections for Presidents cited, v. 19, 

26 > 29, 3, 53, 54; 

donor of plate, iii. 256 ; of coffer to 
contain the Founder's shoes, &c., vi. 
48; of a cope, ib. 67, 117. 

benefaction for choristers, ib. 66. 
Bodie, John, ii. 36. 

Bolderne, Bolderon, or Boldron, John, 

ii. 58. 90-1 ; iii. 32. 
Bond, James, ii. 78-9. 
Bond, Nicholas, President, ii. 122, 

171-82 ; iii. 265-6 ; iii. p. ix, 25, 

26. 28, 29, 32 ter, 38, 72 bis, 73, 83, 

106,108,111,117,168; iv. 13. [His 

will : see Addenda.] 
Bond, Robert, i. 97. 
Booker, Nicholas, iii. 138-9. 
Booth, George, v. 161-3; v. 52, 77 ., 

138, 158 n. ; vi. 4 ., 5 ter, 7, 108, 

129, 196. 
Borrett, Charles William, iii. 243 ; v. 

146; vi. 96. 

Borrow, , [1499], i. 38, 134. 
Borrows, or Burrows, John, iii. 128. 
Boswell ; see Buswell. 
Boucher, John, vi. 76. 
Bouchier, Richard, iii. 254; v. 56. 
Boughton, Richard, ii. 192-3 ; ii. p. v, 

113, 116, 184; iii. 25 bis, 26, 27, 38, 

66, 72 ; complaint against President 

Humphrey, ii. 117-18. 
Boulter, Hugh, iv. 165-8; his wife, 

ib. 167 ; portrait, v. 23; vii. 26. 
Bourne, John Gervase Hntchinson, vi. 

84. 

Bourne, or Bnrne, Matthew, ii. 145. 
Bower, Walter, ii. 83-4. 
Bowerman, Andrew, iii. 156. 
Bowles, Samuel James, vi. 161. 



FELLOWS AND PRESIDENTS 



Bowles, Thomas, v. 8, 59-61. 
Bowman, Herbert Lister, vii. 93-4. 
Boyter, or Bowater, Richard, ii. i41. 
Brabourne, John, iv. 161-2. 
Bracebridge, William, v. 77. 
Bradbridge, William, ii. 64-5. 
Bradley, or Braclway, John, i. 83. 
Bradley, Savile, iv. 108, 115 bis, 116.* 
Bradshaw, Francis, iii. 105, 36, 44, 77, 

79, 106. 

Brakynborough, Thomas, i. 119. 
Bramley, Henry Ramsden, vi. 163-5 ; 

i. pp. iv, vi n. ; iii. 218, 238 ; v. 140; 

vi. 65, 71, 104 ., 117. 
Brampton, Thomas, i. 92. 
Brand, Bartholomew, v. 99. 
Branson, George, vi. 176. 
Brasbridge, Thomas, ii. 40, 157. 
Bravile, or Bravell, Thomas, iii. 178. 
Brett, John, iv. 97- 
Brian, Henry, i. 130, 181. 
Brice, Henry, iv. 127. 
Brice, John, iii. 191; iii. 177, 200; iv. 

19, 24, 1 12. 
Brickenden, or Brickenton, Thomas, ii. 

112, 183-4. 

Brickenden, William, v. 65. 
Brickenden, William John, v. 101. 
Bridger, Lawrence, ii. 185-6; iii. 31. 
Bridger, Richard, v. 100. 
Bridges, Nathaniel, v. 31, 114. 
Brightman, Frank Edward, vii. 25, 

85-6. 

Bristowe, Duncombe, v. 64. 
Brockwell, Charles, iv. 152. 
Brodbent, or Broadbent, Valentine, iii. 

159. 

Broun, Claude Leonard, vii. 87. 
Brown, Simon, i. 140 ; i. 42, 44, 45, 

49,52 [118?]. 
Browne, Paul, ii. 114, 115,176; iii. 25, 

30, 88-90. 
Browne, William, iii. 200; iv. 13, 28, 

97. 

Brownell, Humphrey, ii. 150. 
Bryan, Henry, ii. 75. 
Bryssett, John, i. 152-3 ; i. 73 ter, 74 ; 

ii. 78, 96. 

Buckner, Thomas, iii. 44, 49, 151 ; iv. 3. 
Buckyrfeld, or Bokyrfeld, William, i. 97- 
Bulkeley, Roger, i. 88. 
Bull, Henry, ii. 79. 
Bulley, Frederick, President, vi. 129- 

31; iv. 124; v. 53, 54, 120, 121, 

176; vi. 23, 34, 42, 59, 74 bis, 81, 

84, 85, 112; vii. 9; his wife, v. 

160; vi. 49, 117, 131. 



Bullingham, John, ii. 87, 123-6. 

Bunney, Edmund, ii. 150-3, 157. 

Bunney, Francis, ii. 157-9. 

Burdon-Sanderson, Sir John Scott, vii. 
35, 101. 

Burgess, John, senior, i. 135 ; i. 37 bis, 
38, 39, 40 ter, 41 ter, 42 ter, 43, 44, 
45 ter, 46, 47 bis, 48 bis, 49, 50 bis, 
5 2 f e r > 53, 54 sape, 55 ter, 56 bis, 57, 
59 ter, 152 ; ii. 54. 

Burgess, John, junior, President, i. 141- 
2; i. 41 ter, 42, 43 bis, 50 sape, 52, 
56 bis, 57, 58, 62, 128 bis, 129, 130, 
146 bis, 151 ; ii. 49, 51, 54, 62. 

Burgess, John, [1524], ii. 12, 54. 

Burne; see Bourne. 

Burney, Edward Kaye, vi. 140-1. 

Burrough, John, v. 101. 

Burrows ; see Borrows. 

Burslem, John, v. 66-9, 78. 

Burton ; see Byrton. 

Burton, or Barton, Edward, iii. 146, 
165 ; iv. 187. 

Burton, George, iii. 252 ; vt 57. 

Burton, James, v. 110. 

Burton, or Byrton, John, ii. 47. 

Burton, Nicholas, iii. 165. 

Burway, , \c. 1500], i. 134, 136, 178. 

Buste, Henry, ii. 153-5; iii. 265. 

Buswell, or Boswell, William, ii. 66. 

Butler, Edward, President, iii. 253 ; iv. 
170, 176-7; v. p. viii, 7, ii, 12 bis, 
13, 14, 62, 78; vi. 4; his daughter, 
v. 12. 

Butler, Thomas, [1801], v. 147. 

Butler, Thomas, [1842], vi. 141. 

Butler, William, i. 145. 

Butler, William James, vi. 22, 25, 30, 
86, 104 n. 

Byde, or Bide, Peter, iii. 44, 146. 

Byfield, Richard, iii. 200 bis; iv. 18, 
28, 30, 82-4. 

Byrd, Thomas, i. 140 ; i. 19, 74 ; ii. 3. 

Byrton, or Button, Thomas, i. 72, 124, 
164. 



Cade, John, ii. 136-7. 
Caldey, Henry, i. 83 ; i. Si, 84, 85. 
Caley, John, i. 147-8; iv. 186. 
Calhoun, Thomas Gunstone, vi. 38, 

80-1. 

Calthorpe, Robert, i. 83, 89. 
Camplin, Thomas, v. 130. 
Cane, Henry William, v. 12, 54. 
Cannar, Thomas, senior, i. 154 ; 1. 73 

74, 142 [or junior?]. 



* Vicar of Langford, Oxon., 1667-91. 



INDEX I 



Cannar, Thomas, junior, i. 154-5 ; i. 

72 ; ii. 62. 

Cantrell, William, ii. 119. 
Capell, Richard, iii. 133. 
Caponhurst, George, ii. 33, 37 bis, 132. 
Caponhurst, Thomas, ii. 69*; i. 171; 

ii. 169 ; [iii. 32?]. 
Carey, Walter, ii. 184. 
Carow, Roger, ii. 91. 
Carpenter, Edmund, iii. 104, 41, 85, 

103, 122, 132. 

Carr, William, v. 131-2 ; vi. 22. 
Cartar, Robert, i. 142-3 ; i. 36, 38, 39 

bis, 40, 41 bis, 42 bis, 43 sape, 44, 

45 scepe, 46, 47 ter, 48 bis, 50 stzpe, 

51, 52 ter, 54, 55 bis, 56 ter, 57, 59, 

61, 124, 145. 

Carter, Cyril Robert, vii. 75. 
Cartwright, Edmund, v. 107. 
Cartwright, Nicholas, i. 145-7; i. 73, 

126. 

Caryke, , i. 104. 
Case, Thomas, v. 79.; vi. 158; vii. 

50-2. 
Castillion, Douglas, iii. 32, 33, 36, 38, 

117. 

Catysby, Walter, i. 109. 
Chamberlyne, or Chamberlain, William, 

ii. 34 bis, 137. 

Chambers, Cuthbert, iii. 253 ; iv. 172-3. 
Chambers, John, iii. 201 ; iv. 114-16. 
Chambers, James Peterson, vi. 10, 

93-4. 

Chambers, William, v. 158. 
Chandler, Richard, v. 108-9, 23, 144; 

vi. 49, 51, 195. 
Life of Waynflete, cited, i. p. ix, 

10, 19, 25, 27, 30 bis, 32, 33, 83, 84, 

85 ; ii. p. ix ; iii. 120 ; v. 41, 43, 105, 

109 ; vii. 102 ; the MS. of the Life 

in the College Library, ii. 217. 
Chapelyn, Thomas, i. 83. 
Chaplin, George Ayscough, vi. 117. 
Chaplin, John Edward, vi. 127. 
Chapman, Edward, iii. 224; vi. 70; 

vii. 36-8 : his wife, vii. 37, 38.t 
Chapman, James, v. 152. 
Charillis, or Charyls, or Charles, Walter, 

i. 31, 121 ; vii. 122. 
Charnock, Robert, iv. 135-48, 150, 

159; vii. 116. 
Chatyrs, or Chateras, Christopher, i. 

97-8, [see also 93]. 
Chester, Joseph, v. 110. 
Chetleborough, Robert, iv. 152. 
Chibnall, Anthony, iii. 150, 165. 



Chipman, W T illiam, or Thomas, [1552], 

ii. 126, 131. 
Chitty, or Chittie, Henry, ii. 114, 115, 

116,175,177; iii. 25,64; viii. 23^. 
Cholmeley, Charles Humphrey, vi. 69, 

161-2. 

Cholmeley, James, vi. 165. 
Cholmeley, John, v. 143. 
Cholmeley, John Montague, iii. 257 ; 

vi. 21, 117. 

Cholmeley, Montague, v. 73-4. 
Cholmeley, Robert, v. 125 ; vi. 143-4. 
Chowue, Edward, iv. 118. 
Christmas, John, iv. 152-5. 
Chute, Chaloner William, vi. 70, 167. 
Chyles; see Gyles. 
Chyppenham, Thomas, i. 93. 
Clarke ; see Clerke. 
Clarke, Walter, iii. 145, 154, 155 ; iv. 

3(?)- 

Claver, or Clavers, Francis,, iii. 169. 

Clay, Henry, iii. 165. 

Clay, Stephen, iv. 173. 

Claymond, John, President, i. 114-15 ; 
his election,, iv. 1 79-80 ; mentioned, 
i. ii, 17, 35,61, 62, 64^,65, 67,69, 
70, 98, 123, 127, 133, 135 bis, 138, 
143, 145, 149, 152 ; ii. 6, ii ; his Ex- 
hibitions and Almshouse-beds, iii. 8, 
38, 32. Also named Coward, iv. 180. 
His father, vii. 119. 

Clerk, John, i. 153. . 

Clerke, Francis, iv. 126. 

Clerke, Henry, President, iii. 183-5 ; 
death, iv. 40 ; will, iv. 40-3 ; men- 
tioned, ii. 217 ter; iii. 64, 121, 261 ; 
iv. 18, 19, 20, 26, 27 ter, 28, 29, 30, 37, 
83, 109, in, 112; vi. 31. Extracts 
from his MS. note-books, iv. 1 1, 35-7, 
38-9, 112, 114, 116, 129, 135, 148; 
death of his elder sister, iv. 37 : his 
sister, three nieces (Elizabeth, Joanne, 
and Mary), and godson ( Henry), iv. 41. 

Clerke, Philip, iv. 37, 123, 135 bis. 

Clerke, Thomas, or James, iv. 155. 

Clitheroe, John, iii. 185; iv. 20, 21 bis. 

Clutterbuck, Samuel, iii. 145. 

Clutterbuck, Thomas, iii. 189 ; iv. 52. 

Cobbold, William Rust, v. 136. 

Cockle, John Corby, v. 134. 

Codyngdon, Cottyngton, or Gotyndene, 
Richard, i. 98; i. 15, 16,107; vii. xai. 

Cole, Arthur, President, i. 164-5; iii. 
264 ; vi. 194. [See Addenda.] i. 72, 
74, 75, J? ; "-3, 7 ter; i". 267; 
vi. 49. 



* His will, dated in 1577, is at Gloucester, 
f She died 5 April, 1912, aged 70. 



Cole, Henry, v. 63. 

Cole, Jonathan ; pseudonym for Andrew 
Giffard, q. v. 

Cole, Samuel, ii. 187 ; iii. 3. 

Cole, Thomas, ii. 159-60. 

Colemore, Edmund, v. 62. 

Colinson, Philip, ii. 143. 

Collett, William, i. 98. 

Collins, Thomas, v. 151-2. 

Collis, Thomas, iii. 254; iv.175; v. 57. 

Compton, Richard, iv. 155. 

Conant, Malachi, iv. 22, 95. 

Conant, Samuel, iv. 52, 173. 

Constable, Thomas, iv. 155-6. 

Cooke, George Albert, vii. 60-1.* 

Cooke, George Theophilus, vi. 162. 

Cooke, James, iv. 163. 

Cooke, Robert, iii. 153, 181. 

Cooke, Theophilus Leigh, iii. 257 ; v. 
155. 

Cooke, William, iii. 82-3 ; ii. 175, 177; 
iii. 63, 69; complaint against Presi- 
dent Humphrey, ii. 106-10. 

Cookson, Christopher, vii. 52, 66-7. 

Coolidge, William Augustus Brevoort, 
vi. 181-6 ; ii. 201 ., 212, 214, 221 ; 
iii. pp. ix, x ; v. 83 ; vii. 48, 123. 

Cooper, Benjamin, v. 63. 

Cooper, Thomas, bishop of Winchester, 
"37,79,99,178; iii. 71 ; Visitation 
of the College, [1585], iii. 11-24. 

Cooper, Vincent, iv. 175. 

Cootes ; see Cotes. 

Cope, Alan, ii. 80, 97-9, 138. 

Coryat, Thomas, ii. 75- 

Cotes, or Cootes, George, ii. 14, 15, 1 6, 
63. 

Cottington, George, iii. 132, 136. 

Cottington, John, iii. 132. 

Cotton, Alexander, iv. 156. 

Cotton, William, ii. 191. 

Coveney, Thomas, President, ii. 91-3 ; 
ii. p. vii, 21, 29, 32, 70, 97, 130, 134^., 
137, 145, 146 scepe; iii. 267. 

Coveney, Thomas, junior, ii. 79, 92, 
143; iii. 31, [1594]. 

Covey, John, v. 128. 

Cowdrey, John, iv. 94. 

Cowley, Arthur Ernest, vii. 25, 86-7. t 

Cowper, or Cooper, George, iv. 96. 

Cowper, John, i. p. viii, 92. 

Cowper, William, i. 28, 49, 118; vii. 
119. \See Addenda.] 

Cox, George, iii. 253; v. 57. 

Cox, Joseph, vi. 82-3. 

Cox, Peter, v. 54. 



Cox, William, iii. 189-90, 223, 266. 

Coxe, Thomas, v. 64. 

Cracroft, Thomas, iii. 121 ; iv. 60. 

Cradock, Thomas, iii. 201 ; iv. 119-20, 

Cradock, William, iv. 32, 37, 127-8. 

Crane, John, ii. 75. 

Cranmer, Samuel, ii. 190. 

Cree, John Adams, vi. 1 54, 158. 

Creffield, Edward, v. 79-8O. 

Cressett, Zephaniah, iv. 98. 

Cricke, or Creke, Richard, ii. 167-8. 

Cripps, Samuel, iv. 162. 

Croft, or Croftes, William, i. 98, 104. 

Crosby, , i. 93. 

Crosse, John, i. 98, 99. 

Crosse, Joshua, iv. ii, 14, 58, 61-4. 

Crosswellar, Richard, i, 150. 

Crowley, Robert, ii. 82-3. 

Cruttenden, Thomas, iv. 94. 

Cruys, Robert, iii. 201 ; iv. 111. 

Cullen, Richard, ii. 112, 113, 114, 188 ; 

iii. 25, 66. 

Culpepper, Edward, ii. 148. 
Culpepper, Thomas, ii. 92, 148. 
Curie, John, iv. 118-19. 
Curtis, John, v. 127. 
Curtois, John, iii. 200 ; iv. 120. 



Dalacourt, John, i. 134; i. 36, 37, 40, 
41, 42, 43, 44 bis, 45 Us, 47, 48, 50 
bis, 51 bis, 52 ter, 53, 54, 55, 57, 59, 

H3- 

Dale, John, senior, [1639], iii. 178, 179. 
Dale, John, junior, [1641], iii. 181 ; iv. 

7, n, 13, 188. 
Dale, William, i. 31, 121. 
Daman, Henry, vi. 177. 
Dancaster, William, i. 119. 
Danet, John, ii. 130. 
Danson, Thomas, iv. 84-6. 
Dare, Francis, iv. 113-14. 
Daubeny, Charles Giles Bridle, v. 158- 

61; iii. 230, 250; v. 120, 125, 163, 

176 ; vi. 8, 21, 24, 29, 38, 43, 62, 63 

bis, 76,78, 138. 

Davenport, Lawrence, iii. 44, 153. 
Davey, Martin, iii. 251 ; v. 161. 
Davis, or Davies, or Davys, John, iv. 35, 

126 ; v. 57. 
Davis, Thomas, ii. 115, 116; iii. 25, 

101 bis. 

Davis, William, iii. 110. 
Dawbarn, Thomas, v. 83. 
Dawndy, --, i. 140. 
Day, Jeremiah Ives, v. 133. 



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Day, or Dey, John, ii. 37 bis, 128, 188 ; 

hi. 87. 

Day, William, v. 23, 85. 
Dayrell, or Darrell, William, iii. 61. 
Deacle, Francis, iii. 257, 258; v. 147. 
Deacle, William, v. 11O. 
Deane, Charles Henry, iii. 250 ; vi. 162. 
Deane, Francis Hugh, vi. 99, 144-6. 
Deane, Ralph, v. 144. 
Deane, William, v. 108. 
Dekyn, William, i. 83. 
Delamotte, Matthew, iv. 121. 
Denham, John, i. 127, 174. 
Denham, John, [1688], iv. 156. 
Dew, Richard, ii. 160. 
Diggle, Edmund, iii. 170-1, 156, 158, 

223; iv. 47, 123, 188. 
Diggons, Thomas, ii. 177, 188. 
Dighton, Richard, ii. 82. 
Dighton, Robert, ii. 75. 
Dingley, Robert, iii. 177. 
Dobson, Henry, iv. 128. 
Dobson, John, [1661], iv. n, 22, 1O2. 
Dobson, John, [1739], v. 80, 81. 
Dochen, Thomas, [1568], ii. 165, 176, 

186; iii. 41, 83. 

Dochen, Thomas, [1615], iii. 145. 
Dodwell, Philip, v. 65. 
Dodwell, William, i. 136 ; i. 37, 38, 39, 

40, 42, 43 bis, 44, 45 bis, 47, 49 bis, 

50 ter, 51 bis, 52, 54 bis, 56 bis, 58, 

59, 67, 68. 

Doncaster, William, v. 142-3. 
Dormer, Thomas, ii. 62. 
Douglas, John, v. 25, 110. 
Downes, Robert, v. 81. 
Downham, William, ii. 84-5. 
Doylie, Thomas, ii. 36,166-6; iii. 199. 
Drake, Francis, [1745], v. 83. 
Drake, Francis, [1789], iii. 219; v. 

132-3. 

Drewitt, John Arthur James, vii. 75. 
Drope, Edward, iii. 153 ; iv. 28, 38 ; 

vi. 194. [See Addenda.] 
Drope, Francis, iv. 102-3. 
Drope, John, [1608], iii. 134. 
Drope, John, [1645], iii. 190. 
Drope, Thomas, ii. lifter, 185, 188-9 ; 

iii. 123 ., 266. 
Druett, John, i. 127; i. 36 bis, 40. 42, 

45 safe, 47, 50 bis, 51 s<zpe, 52 ter, 

54 bis, 55, 56 bis, 57 ter, 59 ter, 

62. 

Drumme, Michael, ii. 17, 19, 55, 66. 
Drury, Edmund, ii. 99. 
Dryden, Erasmus, ii. 185, 193. 
Dryden. John, iv. 156-7. 
Ducke, Richard, ii. 119. 
Danch, William, i. 106. 



Dunne, Thomas, ii. 147, 155, 160. 
Dunster, John, iii. 128. 
Durdant, Thomas, ii. 188 : iii. 34,62,94. 
Durnford, Richard, vi. 84-5, 87; vii. 9, 

93- 
Dyer, William, i. 153-4 ; i. 42, 72, 73, 

74, 75- 
Dyke, Thomas, i. 136. 

Easton ; see Eston. 
Edmunds, Thomas, ii. 168-9. 
Edon, or Eydon, W'illiam, ii. 54. 
Edwards, Andrew, vi. 34, 81. 
Edwards, Henry, iii. 258 ; iv. 119. 
Edwards, William, i. 119. 
Eeles, John, iii. 145. 
Ellerton, Edward, v. 149-51; ii. 19; 

iii. 9; v. 45, 126, 139, 147, 152 bis, 

172, 176; vi. 37. 
Elliott, Edwin Bailey, vii. 61. 
Elmes, Thomas, iii. 146. 
Elstone, John, i. 144 ; i. 41, 42, 43, 45, 

49 bis, 55. 
Elys, John, i. 83. 
Elys, William, i. 83. 
Emeris, William Robert, iii. 249 ; vi. 

134. 

Emery, , i. 92. 

Ernes, Edward, iii. 253 ; v. 55, 62. 
Emley, Thomas, ii. 141. 
Enderbie, Walter, ii. 184. 
Engest, Richard, ii. 6, 47, 49. 
Epworth, George, i. 115-17 ; his sister 

Margaret, 116 bit. 
Estmonde, John, i. 120. 
Eston, or Easton, Richard, ii. 104, 109, 

114; iii. 70. 
Etty, Andrew, v. 99. 
Evans, John, v. 113. 
Everie, or Evorie, or Ivorie, John, iii. 

64-7 ; ii. 114, 115, 176, 177; iii. 25 

bis, 26, 30, 121. 
Ewele, , i. 92. 

Exton, Edward, iii. 191-2, 200 ; iv. 24. 
Eydon ; see Edon. 
Eyre, Edward, v. 64, 67. 
Eyre, Robert, v. 83. 
Eyre, Seth, iv. 175, 106, 162, 183. 

Faber, Francis Atkinson, vi. 94-5 ; v. 

124, 125 ., 141, 167 ; vi. 20, 84, 102, 

137, 149 bis; his wife and daughter, 

vi. 95. 
Fairfax, Henry, iv. 99-102 ; ii. p. vii ; 

iii. 201 ; iv. 22, 31, 39. 
Fairfax, Thomas, iv. 136, 149-51. 
Fane, Robert George Cecil, vi. 83. 
Farley, Thomas, vi. 81-2. 
Farmer, John Bretland, vii. 45-6. 



FELLOWS AND PRESIDENTS 



Farrar, <fr Ferrar, John, ii. 193-4 ; iii. 

25 bis. 

Farrell, or Farroll, John, iv. 64. 
Faussett, Godfrey, [1802], v. 147-9 ; vi. 

196. 

Faussett, Godfrey, [1848], vi. 154. 
Fayrer, James, iv. 37, 131-2. 
Fayrer, Umfreville, iv. 174, 183. 
Fell, George Hunter, v. 125 bis; vi. 

158-9 ; vii. 12. 
Fell, William, i. 99 ; ii. 12. 
Fenemore ; see Fynymore. 
Fenis, John, iv. 26, 111-12, 119. 
Ferrar ; see Farrar. 
Feteplace, Edward, ii. 95. 
Fettiplace, Daniel, iii. 254; iv. 175. 
Field, Thomas, vi. 188.* 
Filmer, John, v. 130. 
Finch ; see Fynch. 
Finden, John, v. 85. 
Fish, Robert, iv. 65. 
Fisher, Anthony, i. 28, 106. 
Fisher, Henry, i. 89. 
Fisher, John, v. 120, 151; vi. 127-8, 

157- 

Fisher, Samuel, ii. 187. 

Fisher, Timothy, ii. 1 88, 194. 

Fissher, Alexander, ii. 182. 

Fitzwilliam, John, iv. 103-4; ii. 219, 
220; iii. 49, 194; iv. u, 18 bis, 52, 
55 ; v. p. ix. 

Fixby, John, i. 99. 

Fixby, Thomas, i. 93-4. 

Fleming, John, iii. 137, 143, 174. 

Fletcher, Charles Robert, vii. 46-7. 

Flint, , i. 15, 109. 

Flood, or Fludd, John, iii. 176. 

Flower, Francis, ii. 182. 

Flower, John, ii. 37 bis, 132-3, 158. 

Floyd, , iv. 89. 

Foderby, Simon, i. 130. 

Fookes ; see Foulkes. 

Ford, John, i. 155 ; i. 73 bis, 74, 75. 

Ford, John, pseudony m of Job Alii bone, 
q.v. 

Forman, Abraham, iii. 151, 223 ; iv. 91. 

Forman, John, i. 21, 184; his bene- 
faction, ib. p. vi, 25 ; iii. 7, 32, 69. 

Fortrie, John, iv. 116. 

Foster, John, i. u, 15, 118. 

Fotherby ; see Foderby. 

Fotheringham, John Knight, vii. 24, 49, 
64, 94. 

Foulkes, or Fulkes, Anthony, iii. 40, 132. 

Foulkes, or Fowkes, John, iii. 134. 

Fox, Thomas, i. 106-7, 109. 

Foxe, John,ii. 76-8; ii. 72, 73, 75, 76, 



134, 150, 164; iii. 264; his book of 

Martyrs, ii. 42 ; cited, i. 147, 167 ., 

168 ter, 169 ; ii. 51, 54, 55, 67, 73 M., 

119, 120. 
Foxe, Samuel, iii. 70-1 ; ii. 77, 176 ; 

iii. 9, 10 ., 43, 143. 
Foxe, Thomas, iii. 137, 143, 172. 
Frampton, Matthew, iv. 108 ., 162, 

165. 
Frankelen, or Franklyn, John, i. 120 ; 

vii. 122. 

Franklin, William, iii. 146-7 ;iv. 187-8. 
Freer, or Fryyr, Thomas, i. 107-8. 
Fremantle, William Robert, vi. 86-8. 
Frencham, Henry, ii. 177; iii. 83, 85. 
Frewen, Accepted, President, iii. 140- 

1 J iii- 5, 5 J > 53, 55, 56, 5 8 , 68 > *S 6 > 

199; iv. 4, 8, 21. 
Froceter, or Frowcester, Edmund, i. 69, 

99; vii. 106, in. [See Note to 

Arthur Cole in the Addenda.] 
Fulham, George, iv. 130. 
Fulkes, Fulseys ; see Foulkes. 
Fynch, Richard, i. 138-9 ; i. 36 bis, 41, 43 

bis, 47, 49, 50, 51, 52 bis, 56 bis, 58. 
Fynes, James, v. 82-3. 
Fynymore, or Fenemore, William, i. 110. 



Gabell, Henry, v. 100. 

Gale, Theophilus, iv. 10 bis, 86. 

Galloway, Stephen, iv. 157. 

Garbrand, alias Herks, Nicholas, iii. 

154. 
Garbrand, alias Herks, Thomas, ii. 

145-6, 197; 187. 
Garbrand, alias Herks, Tobias, iii. 116, 

131-2. 

Garbrand, alias Herks, William, ii. 187. 
Gardiner, Henry, i. 73, 74, 155. 
Gardiner, James, v. 101. 
Gardiner, Thomas, ii. 76. 
Garnance, or Garnons, Anthony, ii. 114 ; 

111. 68-9. 

Garnsey, Henry Edward, v. 79 ., 
150 n. ; vi. 157-8 ; vii. 22, 40. 

Garrett, or Garrard, Thomas, i. 73 bis, 
74, 165-9 ; ii. 55 ; iv. 187. 

Gatonbie, Nathaniel, iii. 107. 

GefFeray ; see Jeffrey. 

Gellibrand, or Gelibrand, Edmund, ii. 
J75, *77 bis > J 9 J ! iii- 34> 102-3. 

Gellibrand, or Gelibrand, Edward, ii. 

112, 113, 114 bis, 144, 191-2; iii. 
102 ; complaint against President 
Humphrey, ii. 101-5. 

Genner, Ernest Ely, vii. 84-5. 



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INDEX I 



Gent, William, iv. 171. 

' George,' i. 94. 

German, Samuel, iii. 136. 

Gibbard, or Gibbert, Nicholas, ii. 160- 
2 ; iii. 35, 265. 

Gibbes, George Smith, v. 134-5. 

Gibbons, or Gybbonys, Thomas, i. 98, 
104. 

Giffard, or Gifford, Andrew, iv. 157-8. 

Giffard, Bonaventure, President, vii. 
116-17 ; iv. 46 bis, 47 bis, 48 bis, 109, 
122,133,134,157,158,160; mandate 
for his election, ib, 44 ; Plein-pouvoir 
given to him by the King, ib. 45. 

Gilbert, Robert, i. 110. 

Gilbert, William, [1542], ii. 85. 

Gilbert, William, [1579], ii. 114, 115, 
177; iii. 27, 71-2, 85. 

Giles ; see Gyles. 

Gilford, or Guildford, George, ii. 137, 
143-4, 197. 

Gilman, John, iv. 133. 

Gilmore, Thomas, iv. 171; v. 16, 178. 

Goddard, Vincent, iii. 44, 49, 132. 

Godley, Alfred Denis, vi. 189; vii. 25, 
38-9. 

Godmanstone, Simon, i. 3, 89, 84. 

Godstow, Thomas, ii. 115,176; iii. 85. 

Godwin, Thomas, ii. 86-8, 177. 

Gofle, John, iii. 169. 

Goffe, Stephen, iii. 125. 

Golde, John, i. 140 ; i. 36 bis, 37, 40- 
58 passim. 

Goldesborough, John, v. 49, 152. 

Goldesborough, Richard Nicholas, v. 
129. 

Goldwell, Nicholas, i. 156. 

Goldyve, John, i. 135 ; i. 36, 40, 41 
ttr, 43, 47. 5 1 ter > 52 ter, 54, 55, 59, 
61. 

Gonell, or Gunneld, Henry, i. 99. 

Good, Thomas, ii. 155. 

Goodall, or Goddall, Thomas, ii. 137. 

Goodday, William, v. 99. 

Goode, James, ii. 95-6. 

Goode, Nicholas, i. 89, 92, 97. 

Goodwin, Thomas, President, [1650], 
vii. 115-16; iii. 179, 184; iv. 6, 7 bis, 
9, 59 bis, 90, 91 bis, 93 ; v. 169 ; let- 
ter cited, iv. 60 ; a son, iv. 4. 

Goodwin, Thomas, [1684], iv. 47, 133- 
4. [See Addenda. J 

Goolde, John, i. 90; ii. 204. 

Gordon, George Stuart, vii. 92. 

Gosling, John, ii. 115, 116 Ins; iii. 25 
bis, 101. 

Gosmere, or Goosemore, Richard, i. 
118; i. 26, 27, 28, 108; ii. 71 ; iv. 
179. 



Gotch, Francis, vii. 35, 73-5.* 

Gotyndene ; see Codyngdon. 

Gould, John, v. 154 ; widow and 

family, vi. 12, 18. 
Grandorge, John, iv. 169-70, 176; v. 

66. 
Grantham, George, v. 119, 120, 154; 

vi. 80. 
Grantham, Thomas, iii. 250; v. 27, 35, 

107 ; vi. 5. 
Green, or Grene, Bartholomew, ii. 98, 

144. 

Green, Thomas, v. 27, 35, 107. 
Greene, Edward, vi. 128. 
Greene, Herbert Wilson, iii. p. vii, 232; 

vii. 16, 32, 38, 41-2; inventory of 

plate from donors, iii. 207-61. 
Gregorie, Christopher, ii. 184-5 ; 

iii. 3. 
Grene, John, [1482], i. 104, [qu. the 

John Grene, M.A., who snppl. for 

B.D. 12 April, 1508 ?], ii. 213. 
Grene, John, [1506], i. 144 \_see p. x .], 

i. 41, 57,60, 174. 
Grene, John, [1523], ii. 6, 12, 47. 
Grene, Simon, alias Fotherby, q.v. 
Greve, John, [1480-96], i. 99, 108. 
Greves, Thomas, ii. 162. 
Grimwood, Thomas Lechmere, v. 105- 

6, 127. 

Grove, Edward, i. 120. 
Grove, John, [1482-99], i,104,io7 ; vii. 

122. 

Gryce, William, i. 74, 75, 150-1. 

Grygge, John, i. 91. 

Guildford ; see Gilford. 

Guildford, Thomas, iv. 158. 

Gulston, John, i. 73, 153. 

Gunne, Richard, i. 141 ; i. 36, 38, 39, 

40, 41, 43 bis, 43 bis, 46, 47, 50-59 

passim. 

Gunter, Humphrey, iv. 98-9. 
Giinther, Robert William Theodore, 

vii. 75-7; iii. 222 ; v. 30, 160 ; vii. 

21, 23, 26; Hist, of the Daubeny 

Laboratory, cited v. 158, 159; vi. 29, 

181 n. ; vii. 8, 37. 
Gunvyle, Henry, ii. 139. 
Gurdon, Philip, v. 109-10. 
Gurgayne, Edward, i. 45 bis, 50, 

144. 
Gwillim, or Guillim, Peter, iv. u, 60, 

65. 

Gybbonys ; see Gibbons. 
Gyles, or Chyles, Nathaniel, senior, 

[1608], iii. 134-5. 
Gyles, or Chyles, Nathaniel, junior, 

[1645], iii. 190-1,205 (?), 223, 261 ; 

iv. 18, 19. 



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FELLOWS AND PRESIDENTS 



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Haddon, Walter, President, vii. 114-15 ; 

BO, 57, 5 8 7, 82. 
Hake, Richard, ii. 144. 
Halhed, Robert, i. 99, 116. 
Hall, John, v. 16, 82 ter, 86. 
Hall, Nicholas, i. 136. 
Halton, Josiah, ii. 104. 
Hamilton, John Andrew, vii. 34-5, 

101.* 

Hammond, Henry, iii. 159-64 ; iii. 49, 

114, 181, 185; iv. 91, no and n. ; 

y. 169; portrait, v. ii, 16. 
Hammond, Mainwaring, iv. 50, 121-2. 
Hancock, William, vi. 16 [67?], 134. 
Hansell, Edward Halifax, vi. 25, 34, 

35 ., 36, 134, 152-3. 
Hansell, Henry, vi. 168. 
Hanslape, Robert, ii. p. ix, 83. 
Hanson, John, ii. 78. 
Hanson, Robert, iii. 132, 135. '[See 

Addenda.] 

Hanson, Thomas, iv. 164. 
Harding, Abraham, iii. 47, 121. 
Harding, John, [1622], iii. 158. 
Harding, John, President, iii. 72-80 ; ii. 

113, 114 bis, 115, 175, 176 bis, 177, 

179 ; iii. p. ix, 26, 44, 94. 
Harding, or Hawarden, John, iv. 158. 
Harley, John, ii. 76, 84. 
Harman, alias Veysey or Voysey, John, 

bishop of Exeter, i. 28, 110-18 ; iv. 

179 sape; vii. 121. 

Harris, Henry, v. 125 ; vi. 42 bis, 168. 
Harris, John, iii. 171. 
Harris, alias Hewes, Thomas, [1590], 

iii. 110. 
Harris, Thomas, [1835], iii. 256; vi. 

25, 117. 

Harrison, John Bntler, v. 161. 
Harrison, William Francis, vi. 95. 
Hart, Thomas, iv. 168. 
Hartford, Daniel, iii. 200 ; iv. 26, 

110-11. 
Harwar, Joseph, President, iv. 37, 128- 

9, 148; v. 57. 
Hasard, William, i. 117, 119, 138: ii. 

225. 

Hasledine, William, v. 74, 86. 
Haswell, or Halswell, Nicholas, iii. 

139. 

Hatch, Thomas, v. 31, 32, 127. 
Haughton, , [_c. 1479], i. 94. 
Haward, William, v. 65-6. 
Hawkins, , [1501], i. 136. 
Hawkins, Henry, i. p. viii, 100. 
Hawkins, James, v. 133 ; vi. 82. 



Hawkins, Thomas, ii. 142. 

Hawkins, William, iv. 93-4. 

Hawles, Charles, iv. 122-3, 39, 47, 95, 

135 ; vi. 192. 
Hawtaine, or Haughton, Edward, iii. 

178. 

Hawthorn, Adrian, ii. 37, 130 ; iii. 268. 
Hayford, or Hayforth, John, i. 106, 

109 ; vii. 121. 
Hayward, George, ii. 137. 
Hearne, or Herne, John, iii. 126. 
Heather, John, iv. 123. 
Hedges, or Hegges, Thomas, i. 141; i. 

36, 38, 4 1 , 45. 4 6 bis , 47 bis > 5, 53, 

58,67,68. 
Hedges, or Hegges, or Hodges, \\ illiam, 

i. 74, 171. 

Hegecumbe, , [1479], i- 94. 
Henchman, William, v. 65. 
Henderson, John Edward, vi. 36, 166- 

7 ; vii. 123. 
Henderson, William George, v. 124; 

vi. 34, 149-50. 
Hengist ; see Engest. 
Henshaw, Henry, ii. 91, 97, 138. 
[Herbert, or Harbart, William?], ii. 

219. 

Herks ; see Garbrand. 
Herst, or Hearst, Christopher, iii. 26, 

47, 110. 
Herward, or Harward, William, i. 83, 

84. 

Hesledon, Edward Henry, v. 143-4. 
Hessey, Robert Falkner, vi. 53, 105, 

159 f ; vii. p. viii, 33. 
Hewes; see Harris, Tho. 
Hewes, or Hughes, Richard, ii. 96. 
Hewetson, or Huytson, Thomas, ii. 5, 

48. 

Hewett, William, iv. 175. 
Hewster, William, i. 107, 113. 
Heylin, Peter, iii. 152 ; iii. 47, 68, 

120, 143, 151, 161; iv. 77 bis, 

149 n. ; Memorial of Waynflete, vi. 

104 n. 

Hickes, John, iv, 130-1. 
Hickman, Henry, iv. 76-8 ; iii. 57, 

120, 121, 188, 222 ; iv. 72, 96 bis. 
Hicks, Nicholas, iv. 99 ; iii. 200 ; iv. 

26, 37, 47- 

Higden, or Hygdon, John, President, 
i. 123-5 ; election as Pres. 7 Dec. 1516 
[not, as in the text, 1517], i. 70; 
charges against him and his answers, 
71-2, 75-9; mentioned, 122, 130, 
142, 149, 154, 163, 166, 175; ii. 6 



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bis, 210 n. ; iii. 267; Exhibitions 

founded by him and R. Morwent, iii. 

7,8; dole, iii. 8. 
Higgins, Joshua, v. 65. 
Higgons, Thomas, iv. 151. 
Hilton, Harold, vii. 78.* 
Hind, John, v. 130. 
Hirst, George, iii. 241 ; v. 127. 
Hitchcock, Robert, iii. 141. 
Hobbes, William, iii. 179. 
Hobbs, Thomas, iv. 104. 
Hockley, Edward, i. 100. 
Hodges ; see Hedges. 
Hogarth, David George, vii. 24, 39, 

40-1. 

Hoker; see Hooker. 
Holden, Henry, iv. 49 bis, 148. 
Holden, Hugh, iii. 158-9. 
Holdsworth, Henry, v. 7, 64. 
Hole ; see Hoole. 

Holiwell, George, iii. 245 ; v. 106. 
Hollar, Robert, i. 104. 
Hollingworth, Robert, ii. 182. 
Hollins, , [B. Holmes ?], iv. 66. 
Holloway, John, [1558] ii. 146-7. 
Holloway, John, [17 21], iii. 252; v. [4?], 

57. 

Holt, Charles, iii. 254; iv. 175. 
Holt, John, i. 120. 
Holt, Robert, iv. 47, 49 ter, 133. 
Holt, Thomas, [1616], iii. 44, 147. 
Holt, Thomas, [1689], iv. 162. 
Homer, Arthur, iii. 258; v. 129; vi. 

73- 

Homer, Philip Bracebridge, v. 149 ; vi. 

73- 

Hooke, Edmund, v. 84. 
Hooke, John, iv. 96. 
Hooker, John, ii. 20, 71. 
Hoole, or Hole, Brian, ii. 76. 
Hoole, Joseph, v. 83. 
Hooper, or Hoper, William, [1578], ii. 

114, 175 ; iii. 25, 69. 
Hooper, William, [1643], iii. 186-7. 
Hopkins, Henry, ii. 186. 
Hopkins, Thomas Henry Toovey, vi. 

162-3; iii. 222, 250; vi. 58, 59, 62. 

85, 13, 1 3 1 5 vii - 3- 
Hopkinson, Thomas, v. 128. 
Horbery. Matthew, v. 74-6. 
Horn, Henry, vi. 88. 
Hornby, John, i. 136. 
Home, George, President, bishop of 

Norwich, v. 85-97; ii. 217 ter; iii. 

261 ; iv. 183 ; v. p. v, 18, 20, 21 bis, 

24> 2 7> 30, 33, 39 IOI > l66 : vi - 28, 



59, 189 n.; letter to the Visitor, v. 22, 
to bursar Metcalfe, ib. 97. 

Home, William, v. 136. 

Hornesley, John, ii. 290. 

Hornley, or Horley, John, vii. 102. 

Horseman, James, v. 151. 

Hoskins, James William, v. 134. 

Hoskyns, Sir John Leigh, vi. 25, 141, 
146.f 

Hough, John, President, bishop of Wor- 
cester, iv. 123-5 ; iv. 39, 43, 49, 50, 
51 bis, 53, 104, 109, 120, 165, 171; 
v. 50 ; vi. 7, 60. 62. 

Howe, John, iv. 89-90. 

Howell, John, v. 65. 

Howes, Thomas, v. 161. 

Howson, Francis, v. 69-70. 

Hudson, James John, v. 155. 

Huggins, William, iii. 252, 253; v. 17, 
58. 

Hughes ; see Hewes. 

Hughes, James Henry, vi. 86. 

Hulbert, William, ii. 7L 

Hull, John, iii. 141. 

Humphrey, John, ii. 114; iii. 80. 

Humphrey, Laurence, President, ii. 99- 
118 ; ii. pp. iv bis, vii, 19, 43, 45, jk8, 
73. 77' 79> I23 > I2 &, 129, 150, 160, 
169, 172, 182, 183, 185, 189; iii. 1,3, 
6, u, 25 bis, 26, 27 bis, 28, 65, 66, 
71, 80, 262, 264; vi. n5; his wife, 
ii. 35 ; letter to him from bishop 
Home, ib. 157. 

Humphrey, Laurence, junior, iii. 25,30, 
[31?], 104, 122. 

Humphrey, Matthew, iii. 121, 124. 

Humphrey, Richard, iii. 121-2, [199?] 

Hungate, Francis, iv. 158. 

Hungerford, Henry, iii. 122. 

Hunsdon, Christopher, ii. 86. 

Hunt, George, fi575], ii. 194-5. 

Hunt, George, [1681], iv. 129-30. 

Hunt, Henry, iii. 179; iv. 7, 12. 

Hunt, John, iii. 135. 

Hunter, Leslie Whitaker, vii. 95. 

Huntley, James, ii. 162-3. 

Huntley, Samuel, iii. 252 ; v. 57. 

Hurdis, James, v. 27, 72, 132. 

Hurst ; see Herst. 

Husey, John, i. 100, 107, 173 ; vii. 119. 

Hutchins, Richard William, v. 156. 

Hutchinson, Thomas, v. 25, 31, 106, 
176. 

Hutchinson, William, ii. 88. 

Hutton, Charles Henry, v. 163-4; vi. 
22, 24, 83. 



* Admitted to the degree of Doctor of Science, June, 1913. 
f Died 8 Dec. 1911, aged 94. 



FELLOWS AND PRESIDENTS 



Hutton, George, ii. 72 ; iii. 240; v. 130. 

Huytson ; see Hewelson. 

Hyde, Laurence, iv. 48, 162. 

Hyde, Robert, iv. 126, 130, 162. 

Hygdon; see Higden. 

Hyott or Hyat, Thomas, ii. 74. 



Ingilby, Sir Henry Day, iii. 245 ; vi. 154.* 

Ingleby, John, i. 85. 

Inkforby, Roger, ii. 185 ; iii. 69 ; iii. 

3, 266, 268. 

Inkforby, William, ii. 182. 
Innes, George, v. 132. 
Ireland, David, i. 91. 
Ireland ; see Yrlond. 
Isham, Edmund, iii. 254; v. 12, 56-7. 
Ive or Ives, William, i. 20, 86-8. 
Ivorie ; see Everie. 



Jackson, George, iii. 187. 

Jackson, John, vii. 87. 

Jackson, Richard, [1493], i. 28, 181; 

iii. 32. 
Jackson, Richard, [1733], iii. 221, 256; 

v. 58, 76-7. 

Jackson or Jaxon, Roger, ii. 126. 
Jackson or Jaxon, William, ii. 30, 71. 
Jeanes, Thomas, iii. 189; iv. 18, 86-8. 
Jeffrey or Gefferay, Richard, ii. 175, 

177 ; iii. 25, 34, 104-5. 
Tenefar, Snmuel, iv. 151-2. 
Jenkins, Henry, vi. 19, 50, 85-6 ; 

Schoolmaster, v. 45. 
Jenkinson, James, iii. 252 ; v. 58. 
Jenner, Stephen, v. 99. 
Jenner, Thomas, President, v. 53-4 ; v. 

13, 15, 19 bis, 20, 62, 63,67, 75, 86; 

vi. 21. 

Jenner, William Andrew, v. 130-1. 
Jennings, Alexander, iii. 176, 223. 
Jennings, Thomas, iii. 176; iv. 78. 
Jesson, William, v. 63. 
Jessop, Constantine, iii. 200 ; iv. 27, 95, 

112. 

Joell, , [1487], i. 115. 
Johnson, George, v. 100 
Johnson, John, [1561], ii. 163 ; iv. 187. 
Johnson, John, [1629], iii. 134, 169; 

iv. 189. 
Johnson, John, [1800], iii. p. vi, 233, 

239, 261 ; v. 144-6; vi. 14. 
Johnson, Richard, i. 49, 52, 139. 
Johnson, Sampson, iii. 164-5 ; iv. 188. 
Johnson, Thomas, i. 171. 



Johnston, John Leslie, vii. 24, 94. 
Jones, Henry, iii. 190 ; iv. 19. 
Jones, alias Pugh, Robert, iv. 158-9. 
Jopson or Jobson, William, iii. 69. 
Joyner, John Leigh, v. 147. 
Joyner, William, [1635], "i- 176. 
Joyner, W T illiam, [1642 and 1687], iii. 

185-6 ; iv. 152. 

Judson or Jutsam, William, ii. 189. 
Julyan, John, ii. 71. 



Keble, Thomas, iii. 245; vi. 135, 151. 

Kellam, Simon, ii. 74. 

Kemish, Nathaniel, iii. 26, 107-8. 

Ken, George, ii. 127. 

Kene or Kynne, Edmund, ii. 71. 

Kent, , [c. 1500], i. 136. 

Kent, Ambrose, v. 97-8. 

Kent, Richard, iv. 178; v. 179. 

Kente, , \_c. 1479], i. 94. 

Kenton, John, iv. 66. 

Kenyon, Sir Frederic George, v. 16 . ; 

vii. 42-4, loi. 

Kerver, Thomas, i. 12, 15, 100. 
Kilgour, Thomas, v. 157. 
Kimberley, Jonathan, v. 64. 
King, John, iv. 66. 
King, Philip, i. 92. 
King, Thomas, ii. 144. 
Kingsley, George, iii. 176. 
Kingsley, Thomas, iv. 120. 
Kingsmill, John, ii. 144, 194. 
Kingsmill, Thomas, ii. 148, 192. 
Kirke, Hugh, ii. 118-19. 
Kirke, John, ii. 109, 175; iii. 25, 70, 

101-2. 

Kirkman, Charles, iii. 128. 
Kitson, Robert, iii. 108-9. 
Knapp, Primatt, vi. 83. 
Knibb, George, iii. 254; v. 57. 
Knight, John W^alker, iii. 245; vi. 105, 

154, 123. 
Knolles or Knollis, Thomas, President, 

i. 130-3 ; i. 128, 129, 146, 169; ii. 6, 

7, 8, n, 12, 14, 15, 50, 51, 55, 62. 

63 ter. 
Knollis, Francis Minden, iii. 249 ; vi. 

134-7. 
Kyftyll, Philip, i. 143; i. 43, 45-51 

sape, 72, 73 6is, 74. 
Kynne; see Kene. 



Lacy ; see Lassy. 

Lagharne or Laghzrane, Richard, i. 26, 
103-4. 



* Died 5 Dec. 1911, aged 85. 



INDEX I 



Lamball, , [1501], i- 139. 

Landon, James Timothy Bainbridge, vi. 
146. 

Lang, William Cosmo Gordon, arch- 
bishop of York, iv. 184; vii. 32, 
65-6, 124, loi. 

Langrish, Martin, ii. 75. 

Langrish, Nicholas, ii. 48-9. 

Langton, Charles, iii. 144. 

Langton, George, iii. 59, 182-3, 223. 

Langton, Thomas, iii. 169-70. 

Langton, William, President, iii. 112- 
16; ii. 154; iii. p. ix, 47, 139, 146, 
149. 

Larke, Richard, ii. 163. 

Larke, Thomas, ii. 86. 

Lassy or Lacy, George, i. 119 ; iii. 263 ; 
iv. 186. 

Lathebury, William, i. 113. 

Laughton, William, i. 85, 89. 

Law, Lancelot, iii. 155. 

Lawrence, Thomas, ii. 1 10, 1 16 ; iii. 84. 

Lawson, William, v. 129. _. 

Lear, Francis, v. 165. 

Lee, Edward, archbishop of York, i. 
136; ii. 7, 8, 9, 10, n, 18 ; com- 
position for four Guldeford scholar- 
ships, iii. 7. 

Lee, Geoffrey, i. 144 ; i. 39, 41, 42, 43, 

45, 47r 5, 55- 
Lee, Samuel, v. 61. 
Lee, Thomas, ii. 47, 67. 
Lee Warner, John, iii. 170. 
Le Geyt, Philip, v. 144. 
Leigh, Thomas, [1670], iii. 201, 258; 

iv. 119. 

Leigh, Thomas, [1761], v. 101. 
Lely, Tracy, v. 100. 
Levens, Peter, ii. 43, 147. 
Levinz, Baptist, bishop otSodor and Man, 

iii. 198, 201 ; iv. 95, 111. 
Lewis, Charles, v. 82. 
Lewis, James, v. 128. 
Lewis, Philip, iv. 159. 
Lewis, William, ii. 98, 138. 
Lewis; see Raynolds. 
Lichfield, Coventry Townshend Powys, 

v. 106. 

Lichfield, John, v. 128. 
Lidford. James, iii. 192-3.* 
Lilly, Edmund, ii. 43, 46, 166-7. 
Lilly or Lylly, Richard, ii. 71. 
Lilly or Lylly, Robert, ii. 96-7. 
Linton, Henry, [1774], v. 113, 115. 
Linton, Henry, [1831], vi. 87, 88-9. 



Linton, James, vi. 84. 
Lisle, Ambrose, v. 61. 
Lisle, Thomas, v. 70, 80 ; vi. 195. 
Llnellyn, Richard, iv. 43 ; v. 70. 
Lock, Walter, vi. 178-9 ; vii. 48, 101. 
Loftus, Thomas, iii. 126-8. 
Loggan, John, iv. 171. 
Lombard, Nicholas, ii. 43, 185. 
Long, Barnabas, [1650], iv. 88. 
Long, Barnabas, [1667], iii. 201 ; iv. 

114 
Longland, John, bishop of Lincoln, i. 

29, 126, 166 bis, 167, 170; ii. 4, 6, 

12, 14, 73. 

Longworth, John, iii. 168. 
Lord, Edward, ii. 112, 113, 114, 116, 

195. 

Lord, William, v. 113, 
Loring, Henry Lloyd, iii. 250 ; v. 152-3. 
Love, Richard, iii. 36, 106 ; viii. 23. 
Loveday, Arthur, v. 25, 144. 
Loveday, Thomas, v. 164; vi. 153. 
Lovell, John, ii. 76. 
Lowe, Frederick Pyndar, vi. 118, 128. 
Lowe, Robert, vi. 96, 117-23. 
Lowndes, Samuel, iii. 201 ; iv. 108-9. 
Lowndes, Thomas, iii. 246 ; v. 151. 
Lucas, Walter, i. 100; vii. 119. 
Ludford, Thomas, iv. 131. 
Lukin, Robert, v. 149. 
Lupton, Edward, i. 90, 92. 
Lydall, Robert, iii. 253 ; iv. 108 ., 174, 

176, 183. 
Lyford, William, iiL 154, 155, 156-7, 

1 66 bis ; iv. 26. 
Lylly ; see Lilly. 
Lynley, John, i. 120. 
Lysons, John, v. 70, 102. 
Lyster, Robert, [1520], i. 171. 
Lyster or Lister, Robert, [1556], ii. 37 

bis, 144-5. 



Mabbe, James, iii. 37, 46, 122-3 ; vi. 

194. 
Machell, John, iii. 252; iv. 105, 178 ; 

v- 57- 

Machen, Thomas, iii. 25, 26, 104. 

Macray, William Dunn, vii. 53-9 ; iii. 
9t;v. 121, 122, 126, 154; vi. 56,57, 
65,69, 71,^2, 93, 103 ., 107 ., in 
., 124, 129, 130, 134 ., 154 n., 155 
., 156, 157, 163; vii. 3, 25. Notes 
from the Muniments of the College, 
cited, i. 82, 123, 135 ; Annals of 



* He was vicar of Horspath in 1654. i 

t The copy of S. Augustine's Opera there described has been since given to 
Rev. F. P. Long, M.A. of Worcester College. 



FELLOWS AND PRESIDENTS 



Bodleian Library , cited, iv. 48 , ; 

v. 125 n. ; vii. 7, 17 n. 
Majendie, George John, v. 167. 
Malyn, Ferdinand, ii. 164. 
Manby or Mansby, George, ii. 74. 
Manby or Mansbye, Leo, ii. 88. 
Mannyng, Thomas, ii. 75. 
Mansell, John, ii. 145, 146, 176, 
Mansell or Maunsell, Thomas, ii. 

127. 

Marbeck, Roger, ii. 142. 
Marshall, John, i. 100. 
Marshall, Thomas, i. 169-70 ; i. 73 ter, 

J4ter, 133, 165; ii. 70, 91. 
Martin, Alexander, iii. 26, 110. 
Martyn, Edward, i. 33, 34, 62, 70, 

126. 

Martyn, John, i. 93, 101. 
Maryng, John, i. 143-4 ; ii. 225 ; i. 37, 

39. 42, 43, 44 bis > 4 6 > 47 bis , 54> 55> 
56 ; ii. 80. 

Mason, Thomas, [c. 1497], ^ 1^4. 

Mason, Thomas, [1603], iii. 41, 128-9, 
166. 

Mason, William, iii. 138, 144. 

Massingberd, Francis, v. 139. 

Massingberd, Hugh, i. 119. 

Massingberd, Samuel, v. 110. 

Matthew, Thomas, i. 85. 

Maunder, Benjamin, iv. 164. 

Mayew, or Mayow, Richard, bishop of 
Hereford, President, vii. 105-14 ; ap- 
pointed as President, i. 5 ; mentioned, 
i. 7 bis, 14 bis, 15, 20 bis, 22, 23, 25, 
26, 27, 29, 32, 33, 35, 36, 37, 43, 48, 

5-4, 57, 5 8 > 6l > 6 9> 8l .- 12 . J 39> *4> 
151 ; ii. 8, 207 bis, 215, 219 ; vi. 51, 
62 ; vii, 103 n., 119, 120 ter, 121 bis ; 
his mother and sister, i. 22, 25 ; obit 
of his mother, 34 ; order respecting 
his commemoration, iii. 7. 

Mayewe, William, ii. pp. viii, ix, 67. 

Maynard, Edward, iv, 127; iii. 218; 
iv. 37 bis, 42 bis, 47. 

Mayne, Robert, i. 85. 

Mayne, Zachary, iv. 90-3. 

Mayo, Richard, ii. 189. 

Mead, Francis, v. 42, 130. 

Mercer, John, i. 101. 

Merchant, Robert, [1709], iv. 175. 

Merchant, Robert, [1767], v. 34, 108. 

Merick, William, ii. 164-5. 

Merriman, Edwin, v. 151. 



Merry, Robert, i. 74 bis, 156, 167 ., 

[Robert Merry, 147, see Rob. More, 

144.] 

Metcalfe, John, v. 97, 110-11. 
Mew, Samuel, iv. 94-5. 
Meymott, Edward, iii. 253 ; v. 58. 
Meyrick, Edward, vi. 31, 128. 
Meyrick, Llewellyn, iii. 250. 
Meyrick, Llewellyn, vi. 161. 
Middleton, Francis, ii. 97 ; vii. 123. 
Miers, Sir Henry Alexander, vii. 23, 93, 

67-73.* 

Mill, Richard, iii. 174. 
Millard, Frederick Maule, vi. 177. i" 
Millard, James Elwin, vi. 159-60 ; v. 

154, 162 ; vi. 52, 55, 74, 79, 135, 152 ; 

Hist, of Basingstoke cited, i. 154; 

iii. 102 ; v. 20, 65, 84, 153. 
Miller, Edward Mansel, vi. 169-70.$ 
Miller, Henry, vi. 167. 
Milles, Leonard, iii. 109. 
Milling, John, iii. 110-11. 
Mills, Joseph Langley, v. 155-6. 
Mills, William, v. 167 ; vi. 76. 
Molyneux, Anthony, i. 149-50. 
Molyns ; see Mullins. 
Monson, or Munson, Gilbert, ii. 97. 
Moor, James Hoar Christopher, v. 

156. 

Moore, Aubrey Lackington, vii. 47-8. 
Moore, Tom Sidney, vii. 91. 
Moore, William, vi. 131, 167, 175, 

180. 
Morcott, John, i. 137 ; i. 36 bis, 39, 

41-53 scepe, 54 bis, 82. 
More, or Moore, Robert, i. 144. 
Morebread, Anthony, iii. 25, 30, 67-8, 

77, 199 n. 

Moreton, , [c. 1477], i- 93. 
Morgan, Anthony, iii. 137. 
Morgan, Nicholas, i. 119. 
Morgan, William, [1820], v. 167; vi. 

76 n. 

Morgan, William, [1821], vi. 76-7. 
Morrell, Robert Price, vi. 86. 
Morwent, Robert, i. 148-9 ; i. 67, 68, 

115, 124, 126, 165; ii. ii, 15, 16, 

2 7, 32> 56, 58, 91 ; iii. 267 ; Exhi- 
bitions and dole, iii. 8. 
Morwin, or Morwent, Peter, ii. 129-30. 
Moseley, John, iii. 37, 63, 129-31. 
Mozley, James Bowling, vi. 137-40 ; v. 

114 n., 127; vi. 25,97 ., 104 ., 144; 



* Knighted Jan. 1913. 

f Died 10 June, 1914, aged 78. 

J Pied 23 March, 1912, at Croydon, aged 84. 

Ordained deacpn. 20 Dec. 1874; priest, 19 Dec. 1875. .Died 15 Nov. 1913. 



i6 



INDEX I 



Letters cited, v. 116 bis, 117, 118, 

120; vi. 95, 133, 137, 144. 
Mullins, or Molyns, James, iii. 166. 
Mullins, or Molyns, John, ii. 83 ; iii. 

31, 107, 127. 
Mullisworth, or Molesworth, John, i. 

137 ; i. 37, 40 bis, 41, 45 sape, 47 ter, 

49-61 sape. 

Mulvany, Charles Matthew, vii. 59-60. 
Munson ; see Monson. 
Mussendine, William, iv. 105, 106, 

175 ; v. 1 1 ; his widow, ib. 
Myres, John Linton, vii. 61-5. 
Mytton, John, i. 101, 175. 

Nalton, Samuel, iii. 200 ; iv. 31, 96. 
Nelson, George Mawson, v. 96, 165-6. 
Newby, John, [1628], iii. 58, 168; iv. 

188. 

Newby, John, [1714], v. 53. 
Newland, George, iii. 254 ; v. 57. 
Newlin, Thomas, v. 10, 55. 
Newman, Francis Harding, vi. 38, 

150-1. 

Neylle, Thomas, i. 108, 113. 
Nicholas, Matthew, v. 16 bis, 66, 176. 
Nicholls, or Nicolls, Samuel, iv. 78. 
Nicholson, John, [1526], ii. 62. 
Nicholson, John, [1628], iii. 168-9. 
Norbury, William, i. 102, 108. 
Norton, Baldwin, ii. 33, 68-9. 
Notebeme, William, i. 93. 
Nourse, or Nurse, John, iii. 55, 56, 171. 

Oddie, \Villiam, iii. 246; v. 147 ; vi. 6. 

Offeris, Robert, i. 101. 

Ogle, Harman Chaloner, vi. 74, 165, 
172-5, 176, 180. 

Oglethorpe, Owen, President, bishop of 
Carlisle, ii. 55-62 ; i. 126, 133, 157, 
164, 165, )6q; ii. 16, 18, 22 bis, 26, 

27, 3 2 > 47 t>", 5> 51, 6 7 ter > 6 9> 7 
bis, 71 ter, 74 sape, 77, 82, 83, 84; 
iii. 267 ; vi. 115 ; vii. 114, 115. 

Oldisworth, Michael, iii. 139-40. 

Oliver, John, President, iii. 155-6 ; iii. 
p. xi,H9, 194, 204; three letters to 
Hen. Hyde and his son Edward (earl 
of Clarendon), iv. 181-2; v. 169. 

Onslow, Henry Cope, vi. 141. 

Oryall, or Orell, John, i. 109. 

Otes, or Gates, Thomas, iii. 43, 103, 
125-6. 

Ottley, Robert Lawrence, iii. 261 ; vii. 
52-3. 

Ottley, Thomas, ii. 75. 

Overton, William, ii. 127-8. 

Owen, Edward, iv. 125. 



Page, Thomas, i. 114. 

Paget, Richard, [i 754], v. 99. 

Paget, Richard, [1794], v. 136. 

Paget, Robert, v. 102, 106. 

Paige, Robert, v. 63. 

Pakenham, , [c. 1485], i. 109. 

Pakey, William, ii. 49. 

Paley, Robert, ii. 130-1. 

Palmer, John, iv. 177-8 ; v. 57. 

Palmer, Julius, ii. 119-20, 122, 124, 

134. 
Palmer, Roundell, earl of Selborne, 

vi. 96-102; v. 13; vi. 46,54, 61, 

71, 129 ; his Memorials cited, vi. ii, 

22, 90 bis, 91, 92, 95 bis, 97 ., bis, 

101 ., 116, 1 20, 121 ; his wife, vi. 

98; vii. 27, 97. 
Palmer, Thomas, iv. 94. 
Palmer, William, vi. 89-93; ii. 221; 

vi. 25, 95, 129, 130 w., 146. 
Pantryke (?), Robert, i. 94. 
Parker, John, ii. 49. 
Parker, Robert, iii. 90-1; ii. 175, 176, 

177 bis. 
Parker, Samuel, President, bishop of 

Oxford, vii. 116; iv. 44, 50, 51 bis, 

122, 130, 136, 148, 152, 164. 
Parkhurst, Henry, iii. 173-4. 
Parkhurst, John, iii. 106-7, 108, 113. 
Parkhurst, Richard, i. 139; i. 36, 39, 

40 bis, 43-61 sape. 
Parkhurst, Robert, i. 171; ii. ii, 12, 

18, 19, 91 ; iii. 9, 79, 87. 
Parkinson, John, v. 114. 
Parkinson, John Posthumus; see Wilson. 
Parr, Robert, v. 108. 
Parratt, Sir Walter, Honorary Fellow, 

vii. 4, ii, 18, 25, 101. 
Parrett ; see Perrot. 
Parsons, Frederick James, vi. 94, 95-6, 

131- 
Parsons, Henry George Joseph, iii. 249 ; 

vi. 25, 147. 
Parsons, Henry James, iii. 250; v. 51, 

154. 
Parsons, William, earl of Rosse, 

Honorary Fellow, vi. 54 ; vii. 97. 
Partridge, Henry, v. 108. 
Partridge, Nicholas, ii. 67-8. 
Patmore, or Pedmore, John, ii. 49. 
Paul, George Woodfield, vi. 141; vii. 

123. 
Payne, Joseph Frank, vi. 70, 170-1 ; 

vii. 101. 

Payne, William, v. 77. 
Peacock, William, [1672], iv. [31?], 

122. 

Peacock, William, [1716], v. 54-5. 
Pears, James Robert, vi. 84. 



FELLOWS AND PRESIDENTS 



Pearse, Thomas, vi. 46, 157. 
Pedder, Arthur Lionel, vii. 67. 
Pedmore ; see Patmore. 
Peers, Perse, or Piers, John, archbishop 

of York, ii. 90. 
Pelham, Herbert, iii. 55, 150, 157-8, 

189 ; iv. 25. 

Pelham, William, iii. 176-7. 
Pennington, John, iii. 135-6. 
Penwarne, Nicholas, iv. 66-7. 
Penykoke, , [1494], i. 94. 
Penyston, Charles, iv. 135, 148. 
Perch, John, i. 90-1. [See ii. 225.] 
Pereson, or Pierson, John, ii. 40, 91 ; 

iii. 32. 

Pereson, Philip, i. 120 ; iii. 32. 
Perier, Henry, iii. 116; ii. 223; iii. 

4 J > 43, 47. 49- 

Perkins, or Parkins, Edward, i. 140. 

Perkins, William, ii. 122, [not John], 
128. 

Perkyns, or Parkyns, Robert, i. 108 ; i. 
43, 44 bis, 45, 49 bis, 50 bis. 

Perrot, Simon, ii. 72-3 ; ii. 30, 31, 165, 
216; iii. 6 ; v. 163. 

Perry ; see Pirrie. 

Perte, Edward, ii. 167. 

Perwiche, Ralph, ii. 138. 

Pether, John, ii. 63. 

Petifer, or Pettipher, William, ii. 120-1. 

Pett, Simeon, or Simon, iii. 68 ; Com- 
plaint against President Humphrey, ii. 
110-17 ! iii- 9 n - 

Philipps, Humphrey, iv. 96-7. 

Philipps, William Thomas, v. 167. 

Phillipps, Thomas, i. 118 bis, 125-6; 

111. 8. 

Phillips, John, Honorary Fellow, vi. 

63, 67 ; vii. 98. 

Phillott, James Russell, vi. 86. 
Phillpotts, Henry, bishop of Exeter, v. 

136-42, 171-5; vi. 36 bis, 54, 59, 

60, 149 ; vii. 10, 32, 97. 
Phipps, Thomas, iii. 25, 33, 103. 
Picher, William, i. 92. 
Pickard-Cambridge, William Adair. vii. 

87-8. 

Pickering, or Proxine, John, ii. 83. 
Pickin, Francis William, vi. 146.* 
Pierce, Thomas, President, iii. 187-9 ; 

v. 177; iii. 158, 184, 204 n., 224; 

iv. 24, 25, 26, 27, 59, 77, 87 ter, 

112, 113. 

Pierson ; see Pereson. 

Pilkington, Charles, iii. 246; v. 22, 

99. 
Pilkington, William, vi. 89. 



Pinckney, Thomas, iv. 94. 

Pindar, 'Thomas, iii. 261 ; v. 24, 102, 

142. 

Pinfold ; see Pynfold. 
Pinke, William, iii. 157, 166-8. 
Pinnell, John, v. 70-1. 
Pirrie, or Perry, Daniel, iii. 109. 
Pirrie, or Perry, Nicholas, ii. p. iv, 

133 ; [Qu. College Steward for 

Lincolnshire, 1594? iii. 31]. 
Pirrie, Perry, or Pury, Thomas, ii. 

133-4. 

Pitcairn, David, vi. 167; vii. 123. 
Plowden, George, iv. 46, 159. 
Plumme, or Plumbe, Robert, iv. 67. 
Pococke, Edward, iii. 117. 
Pococke, Isaac, iii. 124-5. 
Pollard, Francis, i. 42, 46, 55, 147. 
Pollard, Thomas, i. 121. 
Poole, Reginald Lane, vii. 33, 59, 78- 

82, 124. [See Addenda.] 
Porter, George, iv. 67. 
Porter, John, i. 101-2. 
' Portingallicus,' James, i. 93. 
Potman, Thomas, iii. 175, 263. 
Pott, Alfred, vi. 135, 160. 
Powell, Ambrose, iii. 44, 137. 
Powell, William, ii. 37, 169-70; iii. 

[27?] 268. 

Preston, William, v. 77-8. 
Pretyman, Frederick, iii. 249 ; vi. 141. 
Priaulx, Peter, v. 65. 
Proxine ; see Pickering. 
Pratt, or Prude, Thomas, i. 31, 134. 
Pudsey, Alexander, iii. 201 bis; iv. 

104-7, 175 ; v. 9, 10 bis, 57, 177. 
Pugh, Robert, alias Jones, q. v. 
Purefoy, Luke, ii. 130, 141. 
Purefoy, or Purphery, Richard, ii. 146. 
Purefoy, or Purphery, William, ii. 83. 
Pury ; see Pirrie. 
Pusey, or Pusie, John, iii. 103-4 ; ii. 1 75 ; 

iii. 25, 63, 77, 78, 79, 103 ; viii. 23. 
Pynfold, Walter, ii. 67, 74-5. 

Radcliffe, Geoffrey, i. 93, [107 ?]. 
Radclyffe, John, i. 100, [107 ?]. 
Radclyffe, Robert, i. 108. 
Raleigh, Sir Walter Alexander, vii. 

p. viii, 88-90. 
Randolph, Herbert, v. 108. 
Ravis, Christian, iv. 78-82, 84. 
Ravyn, Walter, i. 119. 
Rawbone, or Rathbone, Thomas, y. 

153. 

Rawdon, John, i. 91, 1 16. 
Rawlins, Thomas, ii. 176, 190. 



VIII. 



Died 28 June, 1846 (Foster's Alunmt), not in June, 1847. 
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INDEX I 



Rawlyns, John, i. 114. 

Rawnsley, Robert Drummond Burrell, 

iii. 249 ; vi. 140. 
Raynolds, Lewis, ii. 73-4. 
Reade, Charles, vi. 37, 123-7, 128; 

vii. 33- 

Rede, Thomas, ii. 49. 
Reding, William, ii. 63, 95. 
Redman, John, ii. 79-80. 
Reeks, William, ii. 217; iv. 120; vi. 

190. 
Renniger, or Reniger, Michael, ii. 21, 

93 ; iii. 4. 

Reve, Thomas, i. 98, 102 ; vii. 120. 
Reynold ; see Raynolds. 
Reynolds, Edward, iv. 88; vi. 192. 
Rice, John Morland, iii. 245 ; vi. 153. 
Richardson, Nicholas, iii. 144. 
Richardson, William, vi. 102-3. 
Ridding, Charles Henry, iii. 238 ; vi. 

163. 

Rider, William, iv. 67. [See Addenda.] 
Rigand, John, vi. 154-7; ii. n6; iii. 

236; iv. 169 . ; v. 46, 115, 118, 120, 

124, 176 ; vi. 93, 106 ., 116, 130 ., 

i35> l66 ; ^i- 7- 
Riland, John, iii. 179-81. 
Risshton, , [c. 1477], i. 94. 
Robertson, William, vi. 72, 127. 
Robinson, Christopher, v. 80-1, 107. 
Robyns, John, i. 119. 
Roche, Robert, i. 91, 101. 
Rogers, Edward, iii. 177, 201 bis, 223 ; 

iv. 12, 27, 38, 49, 91. 
Rogers, John, [1494], i. 130. 
Rogers, John, President, [1675], iv. 55 

bis, 104, 125-6. 
Rogers, Robert, v. 82. 
Rogger, or Roger, Philip, i. 85. 
Rokes, or Rookes, William, ii. 131. 
Rokys, or Rookes, Christopher, ii. 12, 

50. 
Roper, John, i. 104-5 ; i. 15 bis, 17, 

20, 24, 32, 63, 107 ; ii. 4. 
Ross, John, iv. 159. 
Rosse, Earl of ; see Parsons. 
Roundell, Henry Dawson, v. 154-5. 
Roundell, William, v. 107-8. 
Rous, Robert, i. 89. 
Routh, Martin Joseph, President, v. 114- 

27 ; vi. 195 ; ii. pp. iv, xi, 217 ter; 

iii. 103, 224, 261 ; iv. 106, 125, 130, 

176 ; v. p. vii, 24, 30, 39 ., 46, 47, 

5 2 . 54. 55, 6 9. 8 7 *> 88 9 6 . IO2 > 
106, 109, in ter, 130 and n., 131, 

132, 133, 135. I37i 139. 143 *" J 44 
146, 147, 149 bis, 150, 152, 153, 154, 



155, l6 3 i64> l6 5 166. 167, 177 r 
vi. 16, 20, 28, 29, 30, 31, 38, 42, 47,. 
75, 78, 81, 84, 86, 90, 91, 92, 93, 94,. 
97 n., 101 n., 102, 107, no, 113, 114, 
123, 129, 130 ., 133, 141, 144 bis t 
149 bis, 151, 155; vii. 10, 15; in- 
scription by him, vi. 28; letter to him 
from archbishop Howley, vi. 90 ; 
from bishop Phillpotts, v. 139, 141;; 
his wife, v. 115, 116, 125 ; vi. 43.* 

Routh, Samuel, v. 133. 

Rowswell ; see Rnswell. 

Rug, William, i. 85. 

Rushe, Anthony, ii. 138-9. 

Russell, Richard, iv. 125. 

Russell, Samuel, iv. 116-17. 

Russell, William, [1669], iii. 201 ; iv.. 
117-18. 

Russell, William, [1815], v. 50 n., 161. 

Ruswell, or Rowswell, William, ii. 92, 
149. 

Rutson, Albert Osliff, vi. 167. 

Rydyall, William, i. 15, 26, 102. 

Ryves, Edmund, iv. 171-2. 

Sacheverell, Henry, iv. 172 ; v. p.fviii, 
9, 55, 56, 170; vi. 61 ; MS. book of 
prayers, vi. 116; Portrait, vi. 61. 

Sale, Thomas, vi. 96. 

Sail, or Saul, Arthur, ii. 93, 126. 

Salthouse, or Salter, Richard, i. 109. 

Sandbrooke, or Sadbrooke, William, iv. 
67-8. 

Sandys, Edwin, iv. 112. 

Sargent, John Young, vi. 172. 

Saul, 0rSawle, Edward, iv. 170. 

Saul ; see also Sail. 

Savage, John, ii. 185. 

Savage, Thomas, iii. 44, 152. 

Scarbott, Andrew, i. 114. 

Schene, or Sheen, John, ii. 50. 

Schomberg, Alexander Croucher, v. 129. 

Scraggar, or Scragger, William, i. 107, 
1 08, 114. 

Scriven, or Scryvyn, John, ii. 80. 

Scrope, Richard, v. 100. 

Scryven, Richard, i. 170-1 ; ii. 7, 1 1 bis. 

Sedgwick, John, v. 124; vi. 161; vii.. 
123. 

Seeley, Robert, v. 80. 

Selwood, Samuel, v. 153. 

Semour, , [? c. 1503-4], i. 33. 

Senior, Nassau William, iii. 250; v- 
156. 

Servyngton, Roger, i. 120. 

Sewell, Richard Clarke, vi. 15, 132-4. 

Shaw, John, [1709], iv. 175-6. 



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Shaw, John, [1771], v. 28, 110. 

Sheen ; see Schene. 

Sheppard, John, ii. 121. 

Sheppard, Thomas, v. 20, 23, 24, 39, 

64-5 ; vi. p. vi, 6 ; vii. 23 ; his wife 

Sophia, sister of President Routh, v. 

48; vi. 13, 30, 31, 37,39, 57. 
Sheprey, or Sheper, Richard, ii. 120, 

121-2, 128. 

Sheriffe, Thomas, iii. 250; v. 157-8. 
Sherman, Richard, i. 171. 
Sherwin, Thomas, v. 81. 
Short, Richard, iv. 160. 
Shortred, William, ii. 195. 
Shuldham, Norton Lemuel, vi. 176. 
Sibthorp, Coningsby, v. 108. 
Sibthorp, Humphrey, v. 78. 
Sibthorp, Richard Waldo, v. 1 26, 164- 

5 ; vi. 87, in, 116. 
Sidenham, or Sydenham, Hopton, iii. 

44, 142. 

Sidnor ; see Sydnor.* 
Sikes, or Sykes, George, iv. 68. 
Simons ; see Symonds. 
Skiftling, or Skistling, John, ii. 187. 
Skinner, William, i. 102 ; ii. 10. 
Slade, John, ii. 88-9. 
Slithurst, Richard, ii. 58, 80-1, 216; 

iii. 80. 
Slithurst, Thomas,!. 165 ; ii. 17, 58 bis, 

79, 91 bis. 

Smallbroke, Richard, iv. 53, 54, 170-1. 
Smallwood, William, ii. 140. 
Smith, Arthur Lionel Forster, vii. 92. 
Smith, Bernard, vi. 128-9. 
Smith, Francis, iii. 200 ; iv. 107 bis, 117. 
Smith, Gainsford, v. 144. 
Smith, or Smyth, Gervase, ii. p. iv, 

138, 146. 

Smith, Harris, iii. 249; vi. 135, 146-7. 
Smith, Henry, ii. 170. 
Smith, Herbert Arthur, vii. 95. 
Smith, John, [1575], ii. 113, [possibly 

Ralph], 195. 

Smith, or Smyth, John, [1612], iii. 142. 
Smith, John, [1661], iv. 107; iii. 200; 

iv. 18, 28, 31, 36, 39, 47, 117 bis. 
Smith, Nowell Charles, vii. 67. 
Smith, Paul, iii. 80. 
Smith, Ralph, [1568], ii. 186-7 ; ii. 172, 

173, 174. 175. 176, i?7 178, 188; 

iii. 8, 79, 113. 

Smith, Ralph, [1616], iii. 44, 147. 
Smith, Samuel, iii. 136. 
Smith, Samuel Thomas, v. 164. 
Smith, Thomas, iv. 112-13; iii. 184, 



194, 201 ; iv. 34, 37 bis, 47, 82, 83 

quater, 104, 109, 116, 128; v. p. vi; 

vi. 109 n. 
Smith, Thomas Frederick, v. 46 ; vi. 

151-2, 160. 
Smyth ; see Smith. 
Smyth, Henry, ii. 74. 
Smyth, John, [1515], i. 72, 75, 151. 
Smyth, Oliver, i. 42 bis, 44 scepe, 45, 

140. 

Smyth, Thomas, senior, [1448], i. 85. 
Smyth, Thomas, junior, [1520], i. 172. 
Somer, or Summer, John, i. 165 ; ii. 18, 

58,70,91. 

Somer, or Summer, Richard, ii. 93. 
Sondes, Thomas, i. 89 ; iv. 186. 
Sothern, Thomas, i. 36-58 passim, 65, 

137-8. 

Southworth, William, i. 92. 
Sparke, Thomas, ii. 187. 
Sparke, or Sparkes, William, iii. 113, 

133; relief to his daughter, [ 165 3] , iv. 8. 
Spencer, Thomas, ii. 89. 
Spert, John, i. 105. 
Spilsbury, John, iv. 88-9. 
Spooner, Henry Maxwell, vi. 177-8. 
Springham, Richard, ii. 175, 194; iii. 

70. 

Spycer, Thomas, i. 115. 
Squire, Henry, ii. 131. 
Stacey, Daniel, iv. 163 ; v. 57. 
Stafford, Charles, iv. 31, 32, 108; his 

widow, v. 13. 
Stafford, James Charles, vi. 93; v. 8, 

49 ; vi. 7, 8, 54, 68. 
Stafford, Thomas, iii. 193, 200, 258 ; 

iv. 114; v. 17, 31. 
Stainer, Sir John, Honorary Fellow, vi. 

68 bis; vii. n, 21, 25, 99-101. 
Stampe, Simon, ii. 163. 
Stanclyff, Richard, ii. 170-1. 
Standard, Robert, iv. 162. 
Standish, ,* [1502], i. 140. 
Standish, or Standyssh, William, ii. 

pp. viii, ix, 42, 78, 147; iii. i, 264. 
Stanton, John, v. 135. 
Staple, Stephen, ii. 190. 
Starkey, Thomas, i. 74, 156-63. 
Stayno, Daniel, iii. 156. 
Stebbing, Robert, v. 82. 
Steele ; see Style. 
Stephens, Henry, iv. 178. 
Stephenson, or Stevenson, George, v. 

129. {See Addenda.] 
Sterrell, or Stirrill, William, ii. 114 bis t 

115, 116, 176; iii. 80-2. 



* Edward Standish, of Magd. Coll., was Superior Bedel of Law hi 1521-4 ; Reg. 
B. pp. 1 1 8, 124. 

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INDEX I 



Stevens, Anthony, iv. 68-9. 
Stevens, Henry, ii. 92, 149. 
Stevens, William, iii. 159. 
Stevens, William Bagshaw, v. 136. 
Stevenson, George, or Stephenson, q. v. 
Stewart, Charles Edward, v. 111-13. 
Stirrill ; see Sterrell. 
Stockton, Andrew, i. 163. 
Stokes, Richard, i. 36-59 passim, 140-1. 
Stokesley, John, Bishop of London, i. 

p. v, 37-60 passim, 133; iv. 179. 
Stone, St. John, v. 82, 100. 
Stonehouse, George, iv. 106, 162. 
Stonehouse, Walter, iii. 114 bis, 115, 

147-50, 266. 
Stonyng, Gregory, i. 73 bis, 74, 155. 

[In one of the places on p. 73 he is 

called George Stonyng in accordance 

with the MS. quoted, but this_must be 

by an error either of the original 

scribe or of the transcriber.] 
Stonyng, Oliver, i. 151 ; ii. 225. 
Stoughton, John, iii. 145. 
Stoyte, Tobias, iii. 131. 
Straight, John, v. 55. 
Strenger, William, i. 85. 
Strickland, Richard, iv. 37, 126. 
Stringer, Joseph, iv. 69. 
Strode, Geoffrey, iii. 181. 
Strowde, or Strode, Swithin, iii. 62-3 ; 

ii. 113, 114, 115 bis, 116; iii. 25 bis, 

26, 66, 69, 77, 83, 88, 106. 
Stubbs, Lawrence, President, i. 127-9, 

175; iii. 263; i. p. ix, 130, 157; ii. 

4, 48, 49 bis, 50 ter, 51, 54 bis. 
Style, John, [1506], i. 144. 
Style, or Steele, John, [1549] ; ii. 122- 

3, 131. 

Summer ; see Somer. 
Sutton, Anthony, i. 73, 74 bis, 163. 
Sutton, Edward, i. 172. 
Sutton, John, i. 92 ; iii. 263. 
Sntton, Thomas, i. 86. 
Swan, Francis, v. 156. 
Swanne, Gilbert, v. 82. 
Swaynstone, Thomas, i. 74, 163. 
Swinburn, William, v. 61-2. 
Sydenham ; see Sidenham. 
Sydnere, [or Sydnor], John, i. 91. 
Sydnor, or Sednore, Richard, i. 122, 124. 
Sykes ; see Sikes. 
Sylam, John, i. 93. 
Symmes, John, ii. 62. 
Symonds, John, i. 151-2, 174. 
Symonds, John Addington, vi. 168-9. 
Symonds, or Simons, William, iii. 69- 

70. 



Symson, John, i. 38, 41, 46, 53, 59, 
134-5. 

Tansey, Theodore, ii. 189-90 ; iii. 8, 

144. 

Tassh, Godfrey, i. 37-59 sapissime, 138. 
Tatam, Robert Smith, v. 100-1. 
Tate, Benjamin, v. 128-9. 
Tate, William, v. 127 ; vi. 196. 
Tawney, Richard, vi. 9, 83. 
Tayleur, Taylour, or Tayler, John, iii. 

59, 165, 179, 223. 
Taylor, Christopher, v. 110. 
Taynter, or Teynter, Robert, ii. 59, 93- 

4, 120, 121, 123. 

Tedde, Simon, i. 147, [Tegge, 174?]. 
Tehy ; see Thay. 
Terrill, or Tyrrell, iii. 174. 
Terry, Thomas Robert, vi. 188-9.* 
Thackham, Thomas, iv. 69. 
Thay, or Tehy, Robert, i. 26, 114, 

127. 
Thompson, James Matthew, vii. 90, 

124. 

Thompson, Jasper, iv. 131. 
Thompson, Robert, i. 103. 
Thompson, Thomas, i. 37 bis t 41, 42, 

44 ter, 54, 144. 
Thornton, Robert, iv. 47, 134. 
Thorold, Edmund, vi. 166. 
Throckmorton, Henry, iii. 128. 
Thurlow, Thomas, v. 39, 86, 101. 
Thwaytes, William, ii. 75. 
Tinley, Joel, ii. 179, 193 ; iii. 86. 
Tinley, Robert, ii. 193 ; iii. 68, 85-7. 
Tireman, William Walter, vi. 93. 
Tokere, William, i. p. viii, 94, Clericus 

Computi, [1486], i. 186 n. ; vii. 119; 

Funeral of his wife, [1492], i. 24. 
Tomson, John, ii. 85. 
Tomson, Lawrence, ii. 149, 160, 170. 
Topping, Thomas, iv. 178. 
Townseud, Charles, iii. 257 ; v. 147. 
Townson, Thomas, v. 75, 80, 125. 
Travers, John, ii. 187; iii. 94, 266. 
Treacher, Thomas, iii. 237; v. 107. 
Trimnell, Charles, v. 81. 
Tubb, Matthew, iv. 178. 
Turner, Cuthbert Hamilton, vii. 48-9. 
Turner, John, ii. 17, 50, 51. 
Turner, Richard, ii. 50-4, 56. 
Turner, Thomas, ii. 36, 38, 155. 
Turton, John, iv. 176. 
Turton, William, iv. 173. 
Tybard, Henry, i. 103. 
Tybard, William, first President, vii. 

102-5 ; resigns office as President, i. 



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5 ; mentioned, i. 21, 94, 103 ; ii. 209 ; 

Vii. 121. 

Tyror, John, iii. 107 bis. 
Tyrrell; see Terrill. 

Underbill, Edward, iii. 126. 
Underbill, George Edward, vi. 156; vii. 

14, 36. 

Upton, Isaac, ii. 101. 
Urquhart, Charles Ives, v. 156. 

Vaughan, Edward, iv. 69. 

Vaughan, Philip, v. 55. 

Ventris, Edward, v. 8O. 

Ventris, Francis, v. 83. 

Ventris, James, v. 131. 

Verney, Richard, ii. 165, 186. 

Vernon, Horace Middleton, vii. 82-4. 

Vertue, Nathaniel, iii. 36, 107. 

Vesey, Richard, iv. 162. 

Veysey, or Voysey ; see Harman. 

Vicars, or Vicarys, John, ii. 74. 

Vincent, Thomas, i. 114. 

Vines, Sidney Howard, vii. 44-5. 

Wade, Christopher, ii. 163-4 ; ii. 40, 
46, 109, 112, 114, 115, 176; iii. 83. 

Wade, John, i. 153. 

Wake, George, iii. 171-3; iv. 188. 

Waldegrave, Thomas, v. 15, 71-3. 

Walker, Charles, v. 32, 129. 

Walker, Reynold, v. 53. 

Walker, Richard, [1759], v. 86, 97, 
101. 

Walker, Richard, [1821], ii. 214; v. 
114 .; vi. 8, 50, 77-80. 

Walker, Richard Zouche, vi. 163. 

Walker, Robert, iii. 125. 

Walker, Thomas, v. 98. 

Walker, William, v. 65. 

Wall, -, [c. 1497], * 129. 

Wallis, John, iv. 52, 173 ; v. 178. 

Walter, Richard, i. 121-2 ; ii. 48. 

Walworth, Samuel, iii. 156. 

Ward, James, iv. 58, 69-70. 

Ward, John, iv. 43 bis, 160-1. 

Ward, Marmaduke, v. 112. 

Wardroper, John, i. 119. 

Warner, John, bishop of Rochester, iii. 
53, 131, 170; iv. 23, 24, 26, 29, 31, 
32, 33/r; portrait, iv. 25; v. ii, 16. 

Warner, John Lee ; see Lee. 

Warren, Thomas Herbert, President, vi. 
187-9 ; vii. 123 ; iv. 184 ; v. 158 .; 
vi. 85, non., 113, 130,131, 140,152, 
157. l f>s, 169, 195; vii. 9 bis, 12, 13, 
17 bis, 18, 25, 34 bis, 52, 123; viii. 25. 



Warton, Thomas, iv. 128; v. 55-6. 

Washbourne, John, v. 113. 

Water, William, i. 92. 

Watkins, Richard, iv. 163. 

Webb, Clement Charles Julian, vii. 

49-50. 

Webb, Ralph, v. 8, 10, 55. 
Webbe, Ambrose, ii. 175, 176, 177; 

iii. 85, 102, 104. 
Webbe, William, [c. 1484], Chorister 

and Demy, i. 13, 179 ; [1494], i. 70, 

122;* iii. 32 ; vii. in. 
Webbe, William, [1539], ii. 81. 
Weekes, Abraham, iv. 175. 
Weelks, Robert, iv. 163-4 ; v. 177. 
Weelks, Stephen, iv. 49 ter, 134-5,. 

164. 

Welby, John Earle, vi. 140 ; vii. 123. 
Welby, Montague Earle, vi. 160-1 ; 

vii. 123. 

Wellow, John, i. 93. 
Wells, George, vi. 86. 
Welman, Simon, iv. 99. 
West, Henry, ii. 43, 182-3 ; iii. 6. 
West, Richard, [1561], ii. 164. 
West, Richard, [1697], iv. 170, 172 n. 

[See Addenda.] 
West, Thomas, v. 73; ii. 220; iii. 

208; v. 14, 15, 17, 19, 21, 22, 24 bis. 
Westeley, , [c. 1477], i. 92. 
Westley, Edward, iii. 168, [199?]. 
Westley, Thomas, iii. 116, 138, [199 ?] ; 

v. p. ix. 

Westley, William, iii. 178. 
Weston, Phipps, v. 107. 
Westwood, John Obadiah, Honorary 

fellow, vi. 49, 75 ; vii. 98-9. 
Wethers ; see Wythyrs. 
Wheeler, Benjamin, v. 86, 102-5. 
Wheeler, William, [1797], v. 143. 
Wheeler, William, [1836], vi. 14, 33, 

129. 
Whetacres, or Whiteacres, Robert, ii. 

85. 

Whistler, Hugh, v. 53. 
Whitcombe, Francis, v. 129-30. 
White, Francis, iii. 159. 
White, Frederick Meadows, vi. 175-6. 
White, Gilbert, iv. 39, 122. 
White, Richard, iii. 154-5. 
White, Richard Yalden, v. 161. 
White, Robert Meadows, vi. 8, 13, 83*4. 
Whiteacres ; see Whetacres. 
Whitton, Robert, ii. 86. 
Whorwood, Thomas Henry, iii, 246, 

259 ; v. 146 ; vi. 96. 
Whytyng, Henry, i. 172 ; ii. 6. 



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Wickham, Richard, v. 78. 

Wightwick, William, v. 64. 

Wilcocks, Joseph, bishop of Rochester, 
iv - [55 ? ] 174 ; portrait, vi. 36. 

Wilcocks, Thomas, i. 141; i. 36, 41, 
42, 43 bis, 52, 53, 57, 58, 60 ; ii. 8. 

Wilcox ; see Wilcocks. 

Wilkinson, George, i. 104. 

Wilkinson, Henry, iv. 70-75 ; iii. 44, 
119, 120, 135; iv. 15, 66. 

Wilkinson, John, President, iii. 117-21 ; 
[see Addenda]; iii. p. xi, 79, 113, 150, 
156, 179; iv. 6, 7, 13, 58, 74; vii. 115; 
viii. 23, 25 ; grant to his widow 
Catharine, iv. 7. 

Willet, John, ii. 167. 

Williams, Charles, iii. 241 ; v. 127. 

Williams, Norman Powell, vii. 92. 

Williams, Thomas, ii. 94, 97. 

Williamson, John, iii. 157, 173. 

Williamson, Robert, iii. 44, 57, 150. 

Willis, John Edward, vi. 80. 

Willoughby, Christopher, iii. 253 ; v. 
68,77. 

Willonghby, Robert, iii. 112. 

Wilson, Henry Austin, vi. 184-6 ; ii. 
p. iv ., v, 205 ., 220 (librarian); 
iii. p. viii, 223 ., 232; iv. p. vi, 179, 
180; v. p. vi, 129 n. ; vi. p. vii, 114, 
1 74, 1 80 ; vii. p. v, 30 ; his Magdalen 
College cited, iii. n ., 27 ., 33 ., 
123, 224, 267; v. 5, 17, 23, 27, 137 .; 
vi. 10; vii. 103 ., 106, 118, 120. 

Wilson, [afterwards Parkinson], John 
Posthumus, vi. 103. 

Wilson, Nicholas, ii. 37, 140-1. 

Wilson, Robert, i. 122-3. 

Wilton, Deliverance, iii. 138. 

Winchester, Thomas, v. 16 ., 22, 83-4. 

Winder, John Singleton, vi. 166. 

Winstanley, Henry, ii. 216 ; v. 161. 

Winston, [Samuel?], iv. 75. 

Winterbottom, John Frederick, vi. 80. 

Winwood, Ralph, iii. 25, 66, 87-8, 108, 
115. 

Wodruffe ; see Woodroffe. 

Wolsey, Thomas, Cardinal, i. 133-4 ; 
vi. 194 ; i. 29, 30, 64, 66, 70, 95, 
123, 124 bis, 127, 128 bis, \2^stzpe, 
140, 142, 153, 156, 164 bis, 166, 
167; ii. 4, 6, 7, 66; iv. 187; vi. 44, 
.60; vii. 24, 26, 29, 122, 125; his 
1 Effigies ' in the President's house, 
1618 ; iii. 46; portrait repaired, 
1666 ; iv. 22. 



Wood, Laurence, iv. 161. 
Wood, Vincent, i. 41, 46, 144. 
Wood, William, ii. 114; iii. 72, 84-5. 
Woodason, Richard, [1575], ii. 196. 
Wooddeson, Richard, [1772], v. 38, 

112-13. 

Woodroffe, or Wodruffe, Walter, ii. 83. 
Woodward, George, vii. 95. 
Woolhouse, John, iv. 161. 
Worsley, Edward, vi. 58, 177. 
Worthington, Richard, ii. 134. 
Wotton, Edward, i. 73, 74, 153, 158. 
Wotton, or Wootton, Henry, iv. 7 n., 

75. 
Wratislaw, George Galbraith Augustus, 

iii. 250; v. 164. 
Wrench, James, iii. 128. 
Wrigglesworth, William, ii. 134. 
Wright, Ichabod Charles, v. 166 ; vi. 

84. . 
Wright, John, ii. 36, 37 bis, 121, 135, 

197. 

Wnlfran, , [c. 1477], i. 92. 
W 7 yatt, Francis, v. 81-2. 
Wyatt, William, iii. 107. 
Wyman, John, ii. 13, 67, 68. 
Wymark, John, i. 16, 105. 
Wynsmore, or Wynnysmore, Richard, 

i. 145 ; i. 37, 38, 39, 42 bis, 43 bis, 

46 ter, 47, 49, 51, 57, 63 bis. 
Wythers, Nicholas, i. 145 ; i. 41 bis, 

42 bis, 43 bis, 44 sape, 57, 60. 
Wytherton, William, ii. 64. 
Wythyrs, or Wethers, John, i. 109 ; i. 

17, 21, 23, 107, 128, 129. 

Yalden, Edmund, iii. 175. 

Yalden, Thomas, iv. 171 ; v. 17. 

Yate, Peter, i. 41, 45, 57, 60, 145. 

Yeomans, Robert, iv. 109. 

Yerbury, Edward, iii. 194 ; iv. 133. 

Yerbury, Henry, iii. 193-4; iii. 184 ., 
188, 200, 223; iv. 34, 36, 38, 39, 
49 bis, 86, 97, 112, 113, 114, 116, 

135- 

Yorke, Edmund, iii. 175. 
Young, John, v. 81. 
Younge, [William?], i. 129, [174?]. 
Younger, John, iii. 200 bis ; iv. 109-10. 
Yrlond, Thomas, i. 91, 114. 
Yule, Charles John Francis, vi. 70, 

180-1. 

Zinzan, Peter, iv. 177; v. 66, 67, 68, 
78. 



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ADDENDA 

Bigge, Robert, iii. 176. His will was proved in 1647 by his brother Matthew, of 
Gray's Inn. 

Will of President Bond, ii. 180. To be buried at the discretion of the executors. 
' I bequeath to St. Mary Magdalen Colledge in the Univ. of Oxf. in regard of 
those infinite benefitts which through the blessing of God I have receaved 
from that honorable foundation a standing cupp of silver guilt for the use of the 
President of the said Colledge, and soe from tyme to tyme soe long as it shall 
last, aboute the weight of fourtie ounces, with the Colledge armes and myne 
owne coate ingraven thereuppon with the name of the donor N. B. P. M. C. 
Item I give and bequeeth to Magdalen Colledge the workes of Nicholaus de 
Lyra with the ordinary and interlinear glosses of the last edition newlie bound 
in bordes with clasps in sixe volumes, together with such bookes and implements 
as shalbe appointed to that purpose in a schedule or appendix annexed to this 
my last will and testament.' To his brother George Bond, M.D. silver, &c. 
To his servant George Neighbour all the books in the study in the hall with 
both the globes and all the instruments mathematical which he commonly 
useth. Legacies to his kinsman Edward Collingwood, his cook John 
Freakabe, servants James Quarterman, Will. Danstate; to the poor of Alresford, 
Hants, 5, the poor of Brightwell, Oxon 3, of St. Peter in East, St. Clement, 
and ' Hollowell ' parishes, 4. To Dr. Shingelton, principal of Brasen Nose 
Coll., Mr. John Harrar from New Inn, Mr. John Snowe, and Mr. John Pusey, 
fellow of Magd. Coll., 20 marks each .... the overseers (?) servant John 
Macke 10. Residue to servants John Greenehill and Will. Fincke (?). 
Executors and supervisors to take special care that such goods and utensils as 
belong to the college and remain in his custody be faithfully delivered to the 
officers and seniors of the College without alteration wrong or indamagement 
to the House in any manner of sort. Witn. John Pusey, Rich. Love, John 
Wilkinson, Rich. Ryland, James Quartermaine, Henry Chittie, Tho. Loftes, 
Tobias Garland, Nuncupative codicil: He gave his parsonage of West 
Tisted to his executors. Dated Dec. 15, 1607; proved Feb. 12, i6o (540 
Elsam. Court of Dean and Chapter of Westminster).* 

Cole, Arthur, i. 164. The following extract from his Will [Reg. '43 Welles'] 
was kindly communicated to me by Mr. J. Challenor Smith in Jan. 1912. 

' To Magdeleyne Colledge where I was partlie brought upp vi 11 xiiij* iv d to 
be distributed to the President, fellowes and companye there to kepe a Dirige, 
commendations, and Masse of Requiem for my sowle and all Christien sowles. 
Also a Chalice having A. C. ij two letters for my name, with a corporas case. 
. . . my parishe of Bolton Percye . . . Yorke . . . my parishe of Odyrton 
in the same shire . . . my parishe of Remenham in Barkeshire. Also I will 
that xxvj* viij d be paide to a wytche [i. e. a kutch~\ in the Universitye of 
Oxford called Cista Antique Universitatis, and take out of the same wytche 
a boke in value [V] wrytten of the M[aster] of the Sentence[s] layde there in 

* Communicated by Mr. J. Challenor Smith, Jan. 1912. 



24 ADDENDA 

the name of Doctour Edmunde Frocetour my bringer upp, and let the boke be 
given to Magdaleyne Colledge in Oxforde.' 

The memorial brass in the Chapel is a palimpsest from the Greyfriar Church 
in London where part had been dedicated in memory of one Thomas Cobbe 
and his wife only half a century before ! There are parts also of a still earlier 
brass, of a priest and of a lady. See Waller's Monumental Brasses, Proceedings 
of Soc. of Antiquaries, sec. Series, vol. xxiv, pp. 219-20, and Transactions of 
Monumental Brass Society) vol. vi, pp. 248-51. 

Cowper, William, i. 118. In his will, dated 1521, 'householder and dweller in 
the town of Guyldeforde,' he leaves to the College ' my sylver pece and my 
sylver goblett, there to be praied for as a benefactour thereto.' [Communicated 
by Mr. J. Challenor Smith in Jan. 1912.] 

Drope, Edward, iii. 153. He resigned the living of Stratfield Turgis 16 Sept. 
1671. [Mr. J. Challenor Smith, from the Parish Register, in March, 1909.] 

Goodwin, Thomas, 1684, iv. 133. Recommended to the Chancellor of the 
Univ., the Duke of Ormonde, by a kinsman, Sir Will. Boreman, 21 Nov. 1681. 
Calendar of Ormonde MSS. (Hist. MSS. Commission) vol. vi. (191 1) p. 235. 

Gunnes, or Gonnes, Gregory, Chaplain, ii. 38 ; iii. 263. Born in Norfolk. Went 
also under the name of Stone. Examined before Magistrates at Henley 8 June, 
1585 as a suspected papist and a friend of Campion, popish relics being found 
on him ; Calendar of Domestic State Papers, 1585, p. 244. He had been 
accused in 1566 at the Visitation of the College by Bishop Home of having 
used some 'verba papistica', but was acquitted. He resigned, however, in 
the following year, being then appointed to the rectory of Yelford, Oxon. 

Hallay, Richard. In 1524 six silver spoons were bequeathed to him when Demy 
by one of the same name, vicar of Stow, Bucks. He is not found in Bloxam's 
list of demies. 

Hanson, Robert, iii. 135. The following extract from the will of his father, 
Nicholas Hanson, of Elland, Yorkshire, dated 16 Sept. 1613, was kindly 
communicated to me in 1911 by Mr. H. Ormerod, of Green Royd, Brighouse, 
from the original in his possession. The father states that his son ' hathe 
fallen into such a distemperance and kinde of infirmitie by fitt that he is neither 
able well to governe himselfe nor his place ', and makes earnest suit to the 
President and College to grant one more year of trial ' from the tyme of 
absence already given him in cureing of his mallady ', charging his son or 
executor to give to the College on his resignation ' the usual benevolence ' 
out of the profit of his fellowship, and also one piece of plate of or about the 
value of five pounds. The College gave further leave of absence not only for 
one year but for four. The date of Hanson's death is not known, but it 
probably occurred about the time of his resignation in 1619. 

Poole, Reginald Lane, vii. 78. By an unfortunate misplacement of a slip, an 
important item in the list of the works edited by Mr. Poole was accidentally 
omitted, viz. John Bale's Index Britanniae Scriptorum, from Bale's original 
MS. in the Bodleian Library [Selden, supra 64], printed in quarto at the 
Clarendon Press in 1902. The book is most carefully annotated throughout. 
The editor was assisted by Miss Mary Bateson. 

Rider, William, iv. 67. He died about the end of the year 1651, his will [42, 
Bowyer] being proved n Feb. 165^. He directed his burial to be in the 
Chapel ; to his father and mother he bequeathed one spur royal apiece ; to his 



ADDENDA 25 

brother Edward his cloak, best suit and best boots ; to the school of Brayton- 
in-Hales, Shropshire, two pounds to buy books, and to the poor of the parish 
three pounds ; Mary Prince, of Oxford, executrix, to have all his books and 
other goods in his chamber, study, or elsewhere. [Communicated by Mr. J. 
Challenor Smith in Sept. 1912.] 

Stephenson, George, v. 129. In 1807 he published a volume of discourses 
entitled The Romish Church ; a review of some of the leading doctrines, 
compiled from Archbishop Seeker and others. He was then curate of Bishop 
Wearmouth as well as vicar of Kelloe. 

Warren, Thomas Herbert, vi. 187. Appointed Knight Commander of the 
Royal Victorian Order, Nov. 1914. 

"West, Richard, iv. 170. An anonymous tract, Thoughts on Convocation and 
the notion of its divine right, 4 Lond. 1699, is ascribed to him. 

Wilkinson, John, iii. 1 17. His will was dated 22 Dec. 1649, an( i proved 6 March 
following. Legacies in money and lands to his wife, nephews, friends, and 
four servants. Debts due to him 1,516. Administration given to his nephew 
Thomas Richardson. 



INDEX II 



OTHER MEMBERS OF THE COLLEGE 
AND SERVANTS 

The contractions in this Index designate the following classes of members : 



C. Commoner. 
Chor. Chorister. 
Ch. Chaplain. 
Cl. Clerk. 

D. Demy. 

G. C. Gentleman Commoner. 

/. C. Informator Choristarum. 



M. 

O. 

Prcel. 

Prof. 

S. 

U. 



Schoolmaster. 

Organist. 

Praelector. 

Professor. 

Servitor. 

Usher. 



Of many of the non-foundation members evidence of their class does not appear ; 
since 1852 these have always been Commoners. 



Abe, John (Chor., D.}, i. 60 (misnamed 

Ave in Demies' Reg. i. 48), 180. 
Adams, , B.A. (Cl.), i. 176. 
Adeane, John, [1676], vi. 192. 
Airy, or Airey, William (Chor., C/.), 

v. 4. 
Aislaby, Mallory, (C.), [1683], iii. 205, 

231 ; iv. 176. 

Alarde, Richard (D.}, i. 180. 
Alborow, or Alberow, , B.A. (Ch.}, i. 

177. 
Alcox, [Thomas?] (Chor., C/.?),[i57i], 

ii. 43. 

Aleyn, Nicholas (D.}, * x 79- 
Alleyne, John (Chor., Steward}, iii. 

258 ; v. 19, 24. 

Allnutt, William, junior porter, vii. 19. 
Almont, or Almond, James, steward, 

iv -33, 37- 99> I22 ; V -P. x > 9- 
Alsbe, , (?), burial, [1571], ii. 43. 
Alyff, , [1490], vii. 121. 
Amcotts, E. W. C. (C.), [1870], iii. 245. 
Amorson, Oswald (D.'), ii. 225. 
Andrew, Henry, B.A. (Ch.}, i. 178. 
Andrews, , land-surveyor, [1678-84], 

iv. 31, 32, 34 37- 

Annesley, Altham and Richard, iii. 204. 
Annesley, Altham and James George, 

iv. 121. 
Annesley, Arthur, earl of Anglesey, iv. 

28, 120; v. 169. 
Antony, [servant?], i. 70. 
Anwykill, John (M.}, vi. 171 ; vii. 120. 



Archer, James (Cl.\ vi. 25, 47, 55, 

104 n. 
Arderne, John, [Arden, Clerk of 

Account, Bloxam, iv. 56], i. 82. 
Arnould, Alfred H. (C.),[i86o], iii. 246. 
Arthur, John (C.), iii. 200 ; iv. 95. 
Ashby, George (.>.), i. 107. 
Ashfield, Arthur (Z>.), ii. 225. 
Aspinall, Algernon E. (C.}, [1894], iii. 

242. 

Astoyt, John (Chor.}, i. 176. 
Ayliff, [Richard ?] (C.}, [1672], iii. 202, 

203, 204. 
Aylward, Theodore, Mus. Doc., v. 29. 

Baber, Edward (C.\ [1685], iii. 206. 
Babington, [John?] (D. ?), [1672], iii. 

201. 

Baker, John (D.}, [1487], i. no, 180. 
Baker, [John?] (C.?), [1672], iii. 200. 
Baker, Thomas (D.}, obit. [1495], i. 

25, 1 80. 

Bakynton, or Pakyndon, (C!.}, i. 176. 
Balfour, Cecil Charles (C.), [1878], iii. 

242 bis. 
Ball, or Baull, Richard (0.}, ii. 33, 34, 

100. 
[Ballard, George (Cl.}, gave Grafton's 

Chronicle to the Library.] 
Baly ; see Bayley. 
Banks, Herbert Delamark (C.}, [1875], 

iii. 249. 
Barbour, B.A. (D.}, i. 180. 



OTHER MEMBERS OF THE COLLEGE AND SERVANTS 27 



Barnard, William (Cl., CA., Org.),i. 21, 

177. 

Baron, Philip (CL), ii. 199. 
Baron, Robert (CL), ii. 201, 202. 
Barre, (S. ?), ii. 43. 
Barrett, (?), [1495],!. 174- 
Barrett, William Alexander (CL}, 

vii. 100. 
Barrow, John Burton (C.), [1878], iii. 

243- 

Basely, William, inferior-cook, iv. 35. 
Bate, Athelard (CA.), i. 1 78. 
Bateman, James (G. C.), vi. 7. 
Batman, or Bathman, (Cl.), i. 177. 
Battyr, (CAor.), i. 176. 
Bayly, or Baly, Richard (D. ?), [1528], 

iii. 264. 

Bayly, William (C.), iii. 202, 259. 
Beamond, Richard (D.), i. 179. 
Beasley, Edward (CAor.), iv. 53. 
Beckwith, Henry Arthur (CAor., CA.}, 

relief to his widow and family, 

[1838], vi. 12. 

Bedell, Thomas (D.), ii. 141. 
Bedo, John (U.), ii. 82. 
Bedyll, William (CAor., >.), i. 176. 
Beesley, C., chapel porter, vii. 30. 
Beke, or Beak, Jeremiah (C.), [1672], 

iii. 202, 203, 204. 

Benett, , M.A. (CA.), i. 178; ii. 224. 
Bennet, Nicholas (C.), iv. 95. 
Bernard, Samuel (U., M.), his Trage- 
dies, iii. 45. 

Bernard, William, B.A. ; see Barnard. 
Bertie, Charles Montague (>.), [1720], 

iii. 240. 

Bertie, Peregrine (C.), [1746], iii. 228. 
Bertie, Willoughby, earl of Abingdon 

(G.C.), [1763], iii. 233. 
Berwick, Samuel (CAor.), iv. 3. 
Bickley, [Sir] Francis (C.), [1678], iii. 

204, 209 ; iv. 176 ; v. 21. 
Biddulph, Michael (D.), [1720], iii. 

241. 

Bignon, Philip (Hebr. Lect.), iii. 5. 
Bishop, Sir Henry Rowley, vi. 15, 45. 
Blagrave, Edward, steward, v. p. viii ; 

vi. 6, 75. 
Blair, [Sir] David Hunter (C.), [1876], 

iii. 244. 

Blewcotte, (?), i. 70. 
Blundell, , M.A. (CA.), i. 70, 178. 
Blyth, Benjamin (CAor., CL, 0.), v. 162 ; 

vi. 41 ; vii. 99. 

Bockland , Maurice (C.), [1672], iii. 201. 
Bodley, Sir Thomas, iii. 41, 265. 
Bohtm, John Francis Browne (D.), vi. 

8 ; his daughter, vi. 12. 
Bold, Henry (D.), iii. 44 ter. 



Bolton, (D.), 'Master Ratclyfs 

scholar,' i. 13, 179. 
Bond, , B.A. (CL),i. 178. 
Bond, Joseph (C.), iv. 95. 
Bond, Wensley (C.), [1772], iii. 232. 
Boodle, Richard William (C.), [1874], 

iii. 249. 
Borlase, William, son of Sir William 

(C.), iii. 37- 

Boughton, Richard (CL, D.), ii. 193. 
Boughton, William (C.), iii. 206, 227-8. 
Bowdon, Simon (CAor., D.), i. 173, 176. 
Bowles, Matthew (D.), [1675], vi. 192. 
Bowman, Gabriel (CL), iii. 10. 
Bowyer, Sir William, v. 12. 
Bradshaw, [John?] (C.), [1672], iii. 

202, 203 bis. 

Bradwell, Gregory (D.), i. 179. 
Bramsgrave, [a servant?], buried 

[1653], iv. 8. 
Branthwayt, Miles Sotherton (C.), iii. 

225. 

Breton, John (C.), ii. 218. 
Brett, Henry (C.), [1675], iii. 202, 216. 
Brice, Thomas (S.), iv. 53. 
Brinknell, Thomas, D.D. (M.), i. 64; 

" 73- 
Bristowe, Buncombe (D.), [1726], iii. 

230. 
Brodie, Benjamin Collins (Prof.), iii. 

234; vi. 60. 

Broke, , B.A. (D.), i. 180. 
Brooke, Jones Langford (C.), [1782], 

iii. 208. 
Brooke, Thomas Langford (C.), [1790], 

iii. 229-30, 232. 

Brooker, John, college servant, vii. 1 2. 
Brooker, William, college servant, vii. 27. 
Brown, (manciple), burial, [1769], v. 

20. 

Brown, George Augustus (CA.), vi. 31. 
Browne, , [?], [1672], iii. 201 bis. 
Browne, J., under porter, [1489], i. 116. 
Browne, James (D.), ii. 218. 
Browne, John, Horsmonden, Kent, 

[1664], iii. 200, 219. 
Browne, John (CAor. ?), [1510], i. 67. 
Browne, William (CA.), v. 45. 
Brownrigg, Charles Edward (U., M.~) t 

v. 160; vi. 190; vii. 9, 19. 
Brownyng [Thomas ?], ii. 10. 
Bryce, Stephen, [1675], vi. 192. 
Buckland, Mrs., college servant, burial, 

[1810], v. 42. 
Budden, John (PraL), grants to him 

for writing the Founder's Life, [1600], 

iii. 34 bis. Vita Waynfleti cited, ii. 

p. ix. MS. translation, ii. 217. 
Bulkeley, William (C.), [1675], iii. 202. 



28 



INDEX II 



Bull, (C/.?), [1532], ii. 7- 

Buller, James (G. C.}, [1788], iii. 235 

bis, 237 bis, 258-9. 
Bulley, Frederick Pocock, Home 

Bursar, vii. 6, 8 ; resigned, ib. 15. 
Burgo, Nicholas de (Pral.}, i. 133; ii. 

I 5- 

Burnham, Alfred Lee (C.}, v. 160. 
Burseigh, or Byrsey, , B.A. (Cl.}, i. 

177. 

Butler, John (C.}, son of William, of 
the island of Nevis, [1701], iii. 215; 
iv. 176. 

Byfield, John (C.), iii. 216. 

Byrche, Thomas (C.), iii. 210; iv. 176. 

Byrchensaw, or Brychynshaw, Maurice 
(U.}, i. 75, 76. 

Cadogan, Charles Sloan (G.C.}, [first 

earl Cadogan] , iii. 228. 
Camden, William ($".), iii. 227. 
Campanet, (Cl., Ch.\ [1513-14], i. 

174, 1 77, [' magister Campenett nuper 

sacrista,' c. 1497]- 
Campanet, , [1532], ii. 7. (There 

were several of the name.) 
Capelin [al. Caphin], George, ii. 115. 
Carew, Francis (C.}, [1681], iii. 205, 

231 ; iv. 176. 

Carkesse, James (M.}, iv. 188. 
Carrow, , B.A., [1547], ii. 21. 
Carswell, Thomas, i. 109. 
Carter, Samuel (Ch.}, iv. 188. 
Cartwright, Nicholas (Prcel.}, ii. 16. 
Catermaynys, or Quatermayns, 

(CAor.},i. 176. 

Catesby, Humphrey (Char.}, iii. 83. 
Cattle, John William (Chor. t Cl.}, vi. 

104 n. 
Caxton, George, under-cook, [1534], ii. 

8. 

Chaffin, Thomas (C.), [1685], iii. 206. 
Chaloner, Edward, son of Sir Thomas, 

[1605-12], iii. 37, 38, 199. 
Chaloner, William (C.), son of Sir 

Thomas, iii. 37. 
Chamberlayne, Tankerville(C), [1862], 

iii. 242, 244. 

Chambyr, (->.), i. 179, 180. 
Champney, [John?], [1672], iii. 201, 

203, 204. 
Chandler, Henry William (Prof.}, vi. 

49, 51, 61 ; vii. 9. 

Chapman, Edward Henry, (C.), iii. 247. 
Cheale, Philip (C.), [1735], iii. 209; 

iv. 176. 

Cheyne, Edward, D.C.L., i. 105. 
Cheyney, John (CAor., Cl.}, i. 13; ii. 

199. 



Cheyney, Thomas (D.}, [1676], vu 

IQ2. 

Child, Francis (C.), [1758], iii. 229. 
Cholmeley, Mountague (C.}, [1795], iii. 

220. 
Christian, Victor Prince (C.), vii. 8, 

16, 17. 

Christie, Edward Richard (M.}, vii. 8. 
Christopher, (>}, death, [1667], iv. 

23- 
Clarke, Godfrey (C.}, son of Sir Gilbert, 

[1695], iii. 208. 
Clarke, John, Ludlow, v. 30. 
Clarke, Samuel (D., U.}, iv. 1 18. 
Clavering, John (I.C., Ch.}, i. 6, 13, 

177, 178. 
Cleaver, William (D.}, bishop of St. 

Asaph, vi. 52. 

Clements, William (D.}, v. 33. 
Clerke, , of Warwick, [1672], iii. 

201. 
Clerke, Francis, Weston, Oxon, [1672],. 

iii. 200 ; [1683], iii. 205 (?). 
Clerke, Francis Charles (D.}, iii. 238, 

260. 
Clerke, Philip (C.}, Watford, [1678], 

iii. 203, 204. 
Clerke, Thomas, son of John, Willough- 

by, iii. 225. 

Coffin, Edmund (D.}, vi. 25, 135, 157. 
Coleby, Theodore (0?), iv. 14. 
Coles, Barnabas (C.), iii. 200, 250. 
Collard, Christopher (D.}, iii. 44. 
Colleton, or Colliton, James (C.), sort 

of Sir John, iii. 200, 212. 
Collins, John Raw (C.), iii. 220. 
Collins, Thomas (CAor., U., M.}, iv. 37, 

128 ; v. 7 bis, 10. 
Colmore, or Colemore, William (C.), 

[1672], iii. 200. 
Colmore, William (C.), [son of the 

preceding], [1708], iii. 214. 
Comyn, or Cummin, John (Cl.}, i. 38 

bis. 
Coney, or Conny, Robert (C.}, son ot 

John, [1675], iii. 202, 209. 
Conington, John (Z>.), vi. 23, 135. 
Conne, Ralph (Cl.), ii. 224. 
Conwey, [not Cowley], Richard (D.} f 

i. 1 80. 
Cook, Thomas, under-botler, [1610], 

iii. 41. 

Cooke, Nicholas (Ch.}, iii. 5. 
Cotes, John (C.), son of Charles, iii. 

2I 5- 

Cottington, George (C.}, iii. 132. 
Cotton, Hugh Benjamin (C.), iii. 243. 
Courtenay, Henry (G.C.}, v. 14. 
Coward, William (C.}, iii. 202, 250. 



OTHER MEMBERS OF THE COLLEGE AND SERVANTS 29 



Cox, George Valentine (Chor., Cl.}, 

Recollections of Oxford cited v. 87 ., 

88 ., 121, 148. 
Cox, Michael (S.}, an ^ n ' s son J- lv " 

55- 
Crakenthorp, , M.A., [1506], i. 50, 

174. 

Creswick, Francis (C.}, iii. 201, 210. 
Croft, [Sir] Herbert (C 1 .), iii. 201. 
Croftetaker, , [1506], i. 138, 174. 
Crofts, (D.}, [1486], i. 180; vii. 

119. 

Cross, William, college servant, vi. 37. 
Crosse, Latimer, steward and notary, 

iv. 6, 8 bis, 58, 60, 63. 
Croun, , B.A., [1532], ii. 7. 
Crowe, Roger (C.), son of John, [1691], 

iii. 227. 
Cummin, John ; see Comyn. 

Dale, Henry (>.}, vi. 8. 

Dale, or Dell, John (C/.), i. 177. 

Daman, Charles (>), iii. 256 ; vi. 8, 

177. 
Daniell, George (D.}, iii. 202, 204, 

209 ; iv. 176; v. 21. 
Daniell, William (C.), iii. 213. 
Dannatt, Robert, iii. 199. 
Darby, John (D.}, iii. 44 ter. 
Darlington, (C/.), i. 177. 
Dassh, (Z>.), i. 179. 
Davenport, , B.A. (C*.)i i. 178. 
Davy, Sir John (G.C.}, iii. 229, 258. 
Dawndyson, (C/.), i. 177. 
Daws, (Chor.}, i. 20. 
Delves, Sir Brian Broughton (G.C.}, iii. 

261. 

Denham, , i. 174. 
Dent, J. C. (G.C.}, Sudeley, iv. 124. 
Depont, or Depownt, (D.), i. 180. 
Dew, (Chor,!'), i. 67, 71. 
Dewk, (C/.), i. 176. 
Dey, Thomas, [1502], i. 174. 
Dey, Thomas, college groom, [1684], 

iv. 37. 

Dicar, James, i. 174. 
Digby, , B.A., [1480], i. 174. 
Digby, George lord, earl of Bristol, iii. 

57, 122, 132, 140, 167. 
Digby, [John earl of Bristol?] (C.}, 

and a brother [?], iii. 32. 
Digby, Robert, third lord, iii. 200, 205, 

261. 

Dobbs, Thomas (Ch.}, iii. 144. 
Dobson, William (Chor.}, Will, iii. 262. 
Dobyll, (Ckor,, D.}, i. 185. 
Dodsworth, John (C.), iii. 202. 
Dodwell, Edward (G.C.}, vi. 176. 
Dormouth, (Ch.}, ii. 225. 



Dorrington, Theophilus, v. p. ix. 

Dover, Alexander, i. 13. 

Downe, or Donne, , M.A. (Ck.}, i. 

177. 

Drake, Thomas (Chor., D.}, iv. 189. 
Druce, George Claridge, vii. 45. 
Drusius, Job., Hebr. Led., iii. 5, 114. 
Duckfield, John, M.A. Camb., Prael. 

Nat. Philos., iv. 6. 
Dunne, John (Ch.}, ii. 208. 
Dupuis, Thomas Sanders, Mus. Doc., 

v. 28. 
Dychouse, or Dicowys, (Chor.}, i. 

176. 

Ellis, , master of the Almshouse, 

[1622], iii. 48. 
Elvenden, or Elmedon, (Chor.}, i. 

176. 
Elvendon. or Elmedon, Nicholas 

(Chor.}, i. 176. 

Elvisse, Edmund (Z>.), ii. 225. 
Encombe, viscount ; see Scott. 
Ensor, John (C.), [1794], "i. 226, 255. 
Eryngton, , B.A. (C/., Ch.}, i. 177, 

178. 

Everards, , B.A. (Ch.), i. 178. 
Everton, Francis (Ch.}, iii. 33. 

[Fairborne], or Farborne, Philip (D.}, 

iii. 25. 
Fairfax, Thomas, fifth lord Fairfax, 

[1683], iii. 205. 
Farley, , B.A. (Ch.}, i. 178. 
Farrer, Farrer Grove Spurgeon, (G.C.}, 

[1806], iii. 239. 

Featley, [John?], butler, [1608], iii. 40. 
Feld, (Chor. ?), i. 67. 
Fen, ; see Ven. 
Fereday, Dudley (G.C.}, his legacy 

declined, [1850], vi. 33. 
Fermor, Sir William, [1672], iii. 201, 

205. 

Feme, , i. 174. 
Fettiplace, Thomas (C.}, [1698], iii. 

260. 

Feyld, , expelled, i. 37. 
Firth, William (Chor.}, v. 38. 
Fisher, , [1486], ii. 199. 
Fisher, [Sir] Clement (C.}, [1675], iii. 

202, 236, 254. 

Fisher, Jasper (Pral.}, iv. 3. 

Fisher, Richard Barnard, steward, v. 

37 sape, 38 bis. 

Fitz-Ernest, George (G.C.}, v. 46, 47 n. 
Flaxman, , [1518], i. 70. 
Flemming, (Ch.}, i. 178. 
Fletcher, Thomas (Cl.), i. 38 bis. 
Flower, John (Z>.), ii. 133. 



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INDEX II 



Fludd, Alabaster, iv. 89. 

Fogge, , or Vogge, B.A., [c. 1480], 

i. 99- I 73- 

Ford, John (Z?.), iii. 29-30. 
Fortrie, John (Z>.), iii. 253. 
Forward, (Chor.}, iv. 14, 19. 
Foster, John Kenneth (C.), iii. 247. 
Foulis, [Sir] William, [1675], "* 2O2 > 

203. 

Foulke, or Fowke, q. v. 
Foulkes, Archibald Hamilton (C.), 

[1776], iii. 221. 
Fowke, or Foulke, [Roger], [1678], 

iii. 203 ; v. 21. 
Fox, , [1486], ii. 199. 
Fox, Charles (C.), [1682], iii. 205, 212. 
Fox, Richard, bishop of Winchester, ii. 

219; his commemoration, i. 21. 
Fox, \Villiam, son of Sir Stephen, 

[1679], iii. 216. 

Frankleyn, (D.}, [c. 1480], i. 173. 
Freeborn, Francis, second cook, vi. 5. 
Freman, (C.), [1594!, iii. 3 2 - 
Freman, William (G.C.), Donor of 

bells, iv. 185 ter; donor of an organ, 

vi. 21 ; portrait, v. 16; f reman' s 

Court, Cornhill, v. 18. 
French, Thomas (C. ?), registrar of the 

University, [1611], iii. 42. 
Frewen, Laton (C.}, [1693], iii. 213. 
Frewen, Thomas (C.), [1678], iii. 205, 

216. 

Frith, (C/.),ii. 33, 224. 
Fulham, William (D.}, vi. 193. 
Full wood, George (C.), iii. 230. 
Fulman, William (Chor.}, iv. no n. 
Furse, John (C.), iii. 204, 210. 

Game, (D-}, i- 1 79' 

Gardner, Thomas (Chor., Cl.}, v. 4. 

Geary, [Sir] William (G.C.}, iii. 243-4. 

German ; see Theodore. 

Gibbon, Edward (G.C.}, v. 27, 72, 73, 

84, 89, 140; vii. 13. 
Gibbys, (Chor.}, i. 22. 
Giles, , M.A. (Ch.}, i. 178. 
Gill, , college cook, v. 45, 47 ; vi. 30. 
Gilly, Samuel, [1672], iii. 200. 
Goberd, or Golerd, William (ZX), i. 

174- 
Goddard, [Edward ?] (C.), [before 

1672], iii. 202, 203 bis, 204. 
Godfrey, William (C/., Ch.f}, i. 71. 
Goff, Thomas (Chor., C!., Ch.}* i. 150, 

178. 
Gonnes ; see Gunnes. 



Goning, or Gunning, Robert (C.), 

[1661], iii. 200, 2ii. 
Goode, Dr. Richard (D., Steward], iii. 

258 ; v. p. x, 9, 16, 69. 
Goodwin, [John ?] (C.), [1672], iii. 200. 
Gore, Thomas, iii. 202. 
Gorges, or Gorge, Robert, (C.), son of 

Sir Thomas, iii. 37. 
Goring, Charles (D.}, iv. 48. 
Gosse, , [1504], sacrist, i. 34. 
Graham, Charles (C.), iii. 226. 
Graham, [Sir] James (G.C.}, iii. 230-1, 

236, 237, 249. 

Grant, George, college servant, vii. 23. 
Graves ; see Greaves. 
Gray ; see Grey. 
Greaves, or Graves, W., college porter, v, 

34, 38,39; his daughter Sophia, v. 51. 
Green, or Grene, Peter (>.}, ii. no. 
Greenhill, Nicholas (D.), ii. 213. 
Gregory, John, (Ch.}, i. 38 ter, 45, 49, 

50, 178 bis. 

Greste, William, [1480], i. 174. 
Greville, Algernon, Francis, Fulk, and 

Robert, iii. 204, 214, 215. 
Grey, William (C.), son of lord Grey 

de Wilton, iii. 38, 199 bis. 
Griffith, , [1672], iii. 201. 
Griffith, Thomas, [1571], ii. 43. 
Grocyn, William, (/Viz/.), i. 13; vii. 

118, 120, 121 bis. Disputed before 

K. Rich. III., i. 12 ; Reader in theo- 
logy, i. 14, 20, 109. 

Gundrey, Thomas (C.), [1696], iii. 214. 
Gunnes, or Gonnes, Gregory (Ch.), ii. 38 

(misprinted Gunner), iii. 263. [See 

Addenda, p. 24.] 
Gunstone, William, college butler, 

death, [1842], vi. 19. 
Gurdon, Theophilus (C.), iii. 219, 257. 

Hakley, (?), [1532], ii. 9. 
Haldon, Hiram (C/.), vi. 27. 
Hales, [Thomas?] (C.), [1672], iii. 201, 

203. 
Hall, Edward Vine (Chor., C/.), vi. 113, 

144; vii. 25, 124. 
Hallay, Richard (D.} ; see Addenda, 

p. 24. 

Halsey, Walter John (C.), iii. 244. 
Ham, Benjamin (67.), ii. 224. 
Hampden, John (C.), iii. 41, 199; 

portrait, vii. 47. 
Hannes, William (6V.), iv. 52. 
Hansell, Peter (Chor.}, v. 89. 
Harben, (Z?.), [1485], i. 179. 



* The rectory of Old Shoreham was leased to him and Thomas Ampulforth for 
ten years at an annual rent of 21. Reg. B. p. 174. 



OTHER MEMBERS OF THE COLLEGE AND SERVANTS 31 



Harmar, John (>., U.}, iii. 44. 
Harpur, Sir John, iii. 226-7, y i- 5- 
Harris, , [1598], ii. 225. 
Harris, Joseph, B.Mus., v. 23. 
Hartwell, Richard, college groom, iv. 

37, 4i. 
Haselwood, Francis (Ch.}, [1683], vi. 

193- 
Haster, or Haffter, (Ch.}, [1486], i. 

177. 

Hatter, (?), [1518], i. 70. 
Haugton ; see Houghton. 
Hawles, Edmund (C.}, [1674], iii. 205, 

212. 

Hawslyn, (Ch.}, ii. 224. 
Hawtre, (>.}, [1485], i. 179. 
Hayes, John (C.}, iii. 200, 227. 
Hayes, Dr. Philip (<?.), v. 36, 104 n. ; 

vi. 46. 
Hayes, Dr. William (0.}, v. 18, 23, 28, 

89. 
Hayes, Rev. \\illiam (Cl.}, his widow, 

[1791], v. 29. 

Hayward, John (Ch.}, i. 178. 
Hearne, Arthur, head cook, [1591], iii. 

38. 

Heath, Emanuel (Cl.}, iv. 15, 95. 
Hedges, [Sir] Charles (C.}, iii. 202, 

235, 251; vi. 192. 

Henderson, Nelson Faviell (C.), iii. 245. 
Henley, Joseph Warner (G.C.}, v. 46; vi. 

76. 
Henry, Prince of Wales, visits the 

College, ii. 179; iii. 36-9; gloves 

given to him, and money on creation 

as Prince of Wales, ib. 45, 41 ; he 

sends a stag and does, ib. 41, 42, 43 ; 

his death, ib. 42, 68 ; his tutor, iii. 

118; portrait, v. 17; vi. 18; vii. ii. 
Herbert, William ; see Somerset. 
Heron, , M.A., [1531], ii. 6. 
Heron, John (7.), [B.A. in 1537], ii. 6. 
Herring, Daniel (Chor., CL}, iv. ii. 
Hervey, Thomas Augustus (C.),iii. 260. 
Hesketh, Bold Fleetwood (C.) f iii. 233, 

238. 

Hether, John (>.}, i. 41, 51. 
Hewlett, James Philip (Cl., Ch.}, widow 

and family, [1820], v. 52. 
Heycock, William (ZX), i. 42, 43, 44 

stipe, 60, 1 80. 

Heyford, , [1490-1], vii. 121. 
Hickman ; see Hyckman. 
Hill, Ernest George, vii. 26. 
Hill, Francis, (Cl.}, iii. 50. 
Hill, Richard (C), son of Sir Rowland, 

iii. 221. 



Hill, Richard Humphrey (Chor., D., 
M.\\i. 15, 72, 74, 113, 135. 

Hindle, John, v. 30. 

Hodges, Thomas (D.}, iii. 241. 

Holder, John, Barbadoes (C.), [1720], 
iii. 252. 

Holder, Joseph William, Mus. Bac., v. 

3- 

Holding, John (D,}, ii. 225. 
Holiday, John, junior porter, vii. 19. 
Holloway, John, steward, [1681], iv. 33. 
Holt, Charles (G.C.}, v. 14. 
Holt, Rowland (G.C}, v. p. viii. 
Holwell, , M.A., [1510], i. 174. 
Holyoake, Henry (Ch.}, iv. 37, 52. 
Homer, Henry Sacheverell (ZX), v. 23. 
Homer, Philip Bracebridge (D.}, vi. 

108.* 
Honyng, or Hunning, (CL}, [1513], 

i. 177. 

Hook, [John?], [1672], iii. 202. 
Hornley, or Horley, John, Principal of 

Magd. Hall, ii. 213. 
Horwood, al. Harwood (Chor.} ; see 

Whorwood. 

Hoskyns, [Gilbert?], [1513], i. 174. 
Houghton, Edward, butler, steward, and 

notary, iii. p. x; iv. 12, 23, 25, 29, 

31,43,47,87, I2 3, 125; v. p. x. 
Houlton, Robert (D.}, v. 31. 
Howard, lords Henry and Thomas, 

[1672-8], iii. 201, 203, 204; iv. 26. 
Howard, Henry, earl of Suffolk, v. 

19. 

Howell, William (Ch.}, ii. 225. 
Hughes, John Bickley (D.}, vi. 94, 95, 

131, 133, 141 ; vii. 123. 
Humphrey, Richard, brother of Presi- 
dent Humphrey and college steward, 

iii. 31 ter; Complaint against him. 

ii. 112. 

Hunnis, Marchadyne (D., /.), ii. 214. 
Hunt, (Ckor.\ i. 176. 
Hunt, John (C.), [1656], iii. 201, 226. 
Hutchinson, or Hochynson, Henry ( Cl.} , 

i. 177. 

Huxley, George, cook, vii. ii. 
Hyckman, , B.A. (Ch.}, i. 178. 
Hyde, Edward, first earl of Clarendon, 

iii. 156, 164; iv. 71, 72; letters to 

him, iv. 181 ; v. 169. 



Ilywyth (?), (Z?.), i. 179. 

Inkforbie, [Roger?], steward, ii. 112. 

113, 182. 
Isaac, John (Cl.}, v. p. viii. 



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INDEX II 



James, Edward Bartlett (C/., Ch.}, v. 

48. 

Jarrett, Stephen (D.}, vi. 5. 
Jeffreys, Anthony, ii. 224. 
Jeger, , [c. 1480], i. 173. 
Jenkins, , college servant, [1701], 

iv. 52. 
Jenkins, or Jinkins, [William?] (Chor.T), 

ii. 43. 
Jesopp, Bartholomew, D.C.L. (Chor.}, 

[1572-1614], ii. 89, 219; iii. 43, 44. 
Jhesop, Thomas, college porter, [1592], 

iii. 29. 
Johnson, , college servant, annuity, 

[1799-1810], v. 33, 42. 
Johnson, John (Ch.">, Z>.?), [1484- 

1486], i. 177 [Bloxam iv. 3, where 

the name is erroneously entered as 

Thompson, occurring again at p. 18], 
Jones, (C.), [1807], v. 39, 40. 
Jones, Jonathan (Cl.}, iv. 95. 
Justice, , B.A. (Cl.}, [1485], i. 177. 

Keates, or Keate, Robert, steward, 
[1677-8], iv. 31 bis; death and 
burial, [1681], ib. 33; legacy, ib. 

34 -, 35> 38, 48- 

Kendall, George, (Cl., Ch.}, i. 50, 56, 

62, 178. 

Kent, Albert Frank Stanley (C.}, v. 160. 
Kent, Richard (C.), iii. 205, 208 ; iv. 1 76. 
Knightley, John, alias Wightwick (C.}, 

iii. 221. 
Knollis, Francis, ii. 37. [Erroneously 

described as a Fellow at Bishop 

Home's Visitation in 1566.] 
Knollys, Thomas (C.}, iii. 224, 225. 
Knot[ti]sford, Charles, iii. 202. 
Kynton, or Kyngton, John (Pral.}, 

[1502], i. 31. 
Kyxley, (Ch.}, [1518],!. 177. 

Lambert, Edmund (C.), [1756], iii. 229. 
Lambert, Edward (D.}, [1768], iii. 246, 

247. 

Lane, John (C.}, iii. 217; iv. 176. 
Langford, William, college cook, iv. 

35 *w. "S- 

Langton, Ezekiel, of Bristol, iii. 200. 
Langton, [George?], of Lincoln, iii. 200. 
Langton, George (>.}, of Stainswick, 

Berkshire, iii. 200, 212. 
Langton, Joseph, ofBristol, iii. 201, 258. 
Lates, Charles, v. 30. 
Lawrence, , [1571], ii. 43. 
Lawson, Marmaduke Alexander (Prof.}, 

vi. 70. 

Lea, John, iii. 170. 
Lehmann, R. C., iii. 243. 



Lenthall, (?), [1672], iii. 201. 
Leonard, (C/.), i. 38, 46, 50, 60, 177. 
Leveridge, John (D.}, iii. 84 safe, 85. 
Levett, Henry (D.}, [1726], iii. 245-6. 
Lewsye, or Levezai, Brian (D.} t ii. 225. 
Lewyes, William (C.\ iii. 213. 
Leygth, or Legh, Ralph (>.}, i. 179 

[Bloxam's If eg. iv. 2, 3]. 
Lisle, William, [1672], iii. 201. 
Lisle, William, junior, [1684], iii. 206. 
London, (Chor., D.} t i. 180. 
Longland, , iii. 59; iv. 176. 
Longland, William, iii. 201, 205. 
Longworth, Peter (Chor., Cl.}, vi. 192. 
Lorgan, Richard, D.D. (Pral.}, i. 133; 

ii. 15, 16. 

Love, [Richard?], [1672], iii. 201, 203. 
Loveday, John (G.C.}, v. 62. 
Lovell, , [1648], iv. 6. 
Lucas, , [1483-4], vii. 119. 
Lucey, Thomas, iii. 199. 
Lusher, Thomas (D.}, ii. 225. 
Lydcott, Richard (D.}, iii. 57. 
Lydford, , college servant, [1684], 

iv. 36. 
Lynley, Thomas (Pral.}, [1488], i. 20. 

McCarogher, John Ommaney (/?.), 

vi. 135- 

Macdonald, J. R. M. (C.}, iii. 244. 
Macray, Charles Parish (Cl.), vi. 23, 25. 
Magot, John (C/., Ch.}, i. 177. 
Major, Vaughan, college porter, iv. 31, 

I2 5- 

Mander, Benjamin (Cl.}, iii. 262. 
Mansel, Henry Longueville (Prof.}, iii. 

235 ; vi. 43- 

Mansfield, Thomas (C.}, iii. 206 ; iv. 

176. 

Markland, [?] Dr., [1719], v. 6. 
Marten, (Cl.}, [1516], i. 177. 
Martyn, (D.}, [1484], i. 179. 
Martyn, Henry, LL.B. (Cl., I.C.}, i. 

28, 116; vii. 122 ; College registrar, 

' 33' [AW Edward Martin, as in 

Bloxam, iii. 68.] 
Mascall, John, iii. 201. 
Mason, George (D.}, i. 37. 
Mason, Valentine (C.}, iii. 144. 
Mason, William, obit, [1504], i. 33. 

[Possibly to be identified with Will. 

Orcheyerd, the Mason builder of the 

College, vii. 118.] 
Massey, John (Cl.}, Dean of Ch. Ch., 

iii. 1 86. 

Massingberd, Francis (D.}, iii. 251. 
Masters, William Caldwall, vi. 116; 

vii. 31. 
Mathew, (Cl.), [1491], i. 176. 



OTHER MEMBERS OF THE COLLEGE AND SERVANTS 33 



Mayre, John (Chor.) , iv. 95. 
Mercer, Henry (Ct. } /.), ii. 115. 
Meriman, , lord Arundel's Scholar, 

i. 13- 

Merriweather, Francis (C.), iii. 225. 
Michaelbourn, Edward (C.), iii. 201. 
Michel, John (C.), iii. 201. 
Michell, Doylie (C.), iii. 200, 227. 
Michell, Charles James, steward, v. 37, 
38, 146 [a son, H. W. Michell, ibid.']. 
Micklethwait, John (C.), iii. 201, 203. 
Middleton, , college cook, [1801], 

v - 34- 

Mills, Robert Twyford (CL), v. 155. 
Mockyns, , i. 42. 
Monro, Thomas (ZX), v. 92, 93. 
Moody, James, butler, vii. 34. 
Moon, [Sir] Edward Graham (ZX), vi. 

*35- 
More, Thomas, i. I73,[c. 1480]; burial, 

[1519], i. 70. 

Morebread, Robert (Chor.), iii. 68. 
Morgan, , [1672], iii. 201. 
Morley, Edward (C.), iii. 201, 217. 
Morley, William (ZX), iii. 251. 
Morres, John (Chor., ZX), i. 180. 
Mort, Macaulay (C.), iii. 245. 
Morton, Edward, Clerk of Account, i. 

39- 

Mott, John Thruston (C.\ iii. 239-40, 

257- 

Mount, Edward Shaw (ZX), vi. 72. 
Mowse, , [1519], sickness and burial, 

i. 70. 
Mundy, John, porter, vi. 6, 51, 109; 

grants to his daughters, vi. 51. 
Murray, John (C.), [1873], iii. 244. 
Murray, John (C.), junior, vii. p. vi. 
Musgrave, Mrs., college servant, [1810], 

v. 42. 

Mydlam, John (Chor.}, i. 176. 
Mytton, Richard (C.), iii. 205, 210 ; iv. 

176. 

Neale, John (Chor., ZX); i. 42, 180, 181. 
Neale, Pendock Barry (C.), iii. 234-5. 
Newcomme, [Nicholas] (Chor.), i. 67. 
Nicholas; i.e. Nich. de Burgo, q. v. 
Nicholls, Ferdinando (ZX), iii. 158. 
Nicholson, George (ZX), iv. 5. 
Nicholson, Richard (0.), iii. 68. 
Nicholson, William (Ch.), bishop of 

Gloucester, iii. 47. 
Nicholson, William (ZX), [1672], iii. 

202. 

Nickalls, Guy (C.),iii. 245. 
Noell, [?], iii. 202 bis. 
Noland, (C/.), [1532], ii. 7. 
Noone, William (ZX), i. i8c. 

VIII. 



Norman, Richard (Ch., Sacrist), 

[1481], ii. 199, 206, 207. 
Norris, John (C.), iii. 249. 
Norsworthy, George (C.), iii. 242, 244. 
Norsworthy, Henry (C.), iii. 247. 
Norwych, (Cl. ?), [1532], ii. 7. 
Nowell, , [1571], ii. 43. 
Nunwike, (C/.), i. 64, 177. 

" Olivarius," , magister, [1542], ii. 

21. 

Onslow, Robert, ii. 45. 
Oryall, (/.) 177. 
Oterborne, Andrew (Pral.), i. 20, 25, 

107. 

Otes, (?), i. 61. 

Othen, Edward (ZX, Pral.}, iii. 39, 43. 
Oure, , [1571], ii. 43- 

Paching, or Patching, , (Cl., ZX), 

i. 177, 1 80. 

Paddye, or Pattye, Simon (ZX), iii. 33. 
Paget, Richard (ZX), v. 106. 
Pakyndon, or Bakynton, q. v. 
Palmer, [Peregrine?], iii. 202, 203 bis y 

204. 

Palmes, [Sir Francis?] (C.), iii. 32. 
Parham, Arthur Groom (Chor.'), vi. 105. 
Parker, , [1554], ii. 30. 
Parker, Andrew (Ch.), i. 177. 
Parker, Hugh (C.), iii. 210. 
Parsons, John Clere (G.C.), vii. 97. 
Parsons, William, Mus. Doc., v. 28. 
Pasor, Matthias, Lecturer in Arabic. 

[1627-9], iii. 49 ; iv. 3. 
Payne, John (Ch.), i. 177. 
Peacock, Francis (C.), iv. 122. 
Penruddock, Thomas, iii. 201. 
Pen[y]ston, George (ZX), i. 60. 
Pepusch, John Christian, v. 3. 
Perch, Ralph, buried in the Chapel, 

[1487-8], i. 19; ii._225. 
Perrot, Francis (ZX), iii. 50. 
Perrot, or Parratt, Robert (Chor., ZX), 

son of Simon, [1594], ii. 72 ; iii. y>bis. 
Perrot, William (CL, I.C.), i. 71. 
Perrott, Robert (I.C., ZX), i. 48, 49, 71 ; 

ii. 19, 26, 31, 72, 73. 
Pescod, Robert (ZX), v. n. 
Phillipps, Ambrose (C.), iii. 218, 256. 
Phillipps, [Arthur?] (0. ?), [1647], iv.. 

5- 

Phillips, prof. John, v. 158 ; vi. 67. 
Phipps, Francis (ZX), iii. 44 bis. 
Pigot, , [1512-13] (Cl. Computi), i. 

67. 

Pigott, Francis (0.), iv. 43, 49. 
Pilsworth, Richard (C/.), ii. 33, 35. 
Pitt, Thomas (C.), iii. 236, 255-6. 



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INDEX II 



Plumb, Charles Edward (Ch.}, bishop 

of St. Andrews, vii. 30. 
Plummer, (?), bequeathed plate, 

[1676], iii. 203, 204. 
Pole, , \qu. card. Reginald?], [1512], 

i. 67,68. 
Pole, Reginald, cardinal, i. 19, 68, 156, 

157 'r, 159-162 scepe, 163, 174; ii. 

30, 32 ; vi. 60. 
Pollard, William (Cl., Ck., D.}, i. 55, 

60, 177, 178. 
Potter, , college servant, pensioned, 

[1812], v. 43. 
Potter, , college turnspit, [1684], iv. 

36. 

Powell, George, iii. 225. 
Powell, [Walter or Samuel ?], iii. 200. 
Preist, Thomas (5 1 .), iv. 3. 
Preston, {before 1675], iii. 202 n. 
Pretwell, (D.\ \c. 1480], i. 173. 
Price, Owen (M.}, iii. 263. 
Prince, Edward Becher (C.}, iii. 249. 
Prior, George Thurland (D.), v. 160. 
Pullan, Percy Dighton (17.), vii. 19. 
Pult, John (D.}, i- 1 80. 
Purcell, Daniel (0.), vi. 151. 

Quatermayns ; see Catermaynys. 

Radborae, Thomas (Ch.}, ii. 224. 
Ramet, (0., U.}, iv. 43, 44. 
Rawbone, John (Ch}, ii. 220. 
Raynold, , [1513],!. 174. 
Raynsford, Robert (C.}, [1664], iii. 200, 

237-8; iv. 176. 
Reade, Compton (Cl., Ch.}, Life of 

Charles Reade cited, vi. 123 n., 125. 
Reade, Sir John, [1785], iii. 234. 
Rede, , lord Lovell's Scholar, [1484], 

i. 13. 

Red ford, [Edward?], [1513], i. 174. 
Reeve, or Reeves, Richard (M.}, iii. 

201 ; iv. 24. 

Reynell, Richard (C.}, [1690], iii. 217. 
Riach, Hugh H. (C.}, iii. 242. 
Richardson, (Cl.}, [1552], ii. 224. 
Rigaud, Major-Gen. Gibbes, vi. 28, 116, 

156 ; vii. 7-8. 
" Robert," a poor scholar, (S.}, [1534], 

11. 12. 

Roberts, Arthur (Cl.}, vi. 145. 
Roberts, [Cadwallader?], iii. 201. 
Roberts, Harry Mander (Ch.}, vi. 27, 

28,44. 
Roberts, John Varley (0.}, vii. 5, n, 

12, 20, 25, 26. 

Roberts, [Sir] William, expenses at 
College, [1655-7], iv. 10 ; at his mar- 
riage, [1658], ib. 10, n. 



Robinson, (->.?), [1642], iv. 4. 
Robson, John (Cl.}, vii. 20. 
Rogers, [?], [1769], v. 97. 
Rogers, Benjamin (0.}, iii. 184; v. 177 ; 

vi. 109 .; His widow, pension, and 

funeral, [1699], iv. 52. 
Roscoe, Edmund (C.}, vii. 8. 
Routh, Charles Samuel (St.}, appointed 

steward, vii. 3. 

Routh, John William (D.}, vii. 24. 
Row, or Roo, (Ch.}, [1486], i. 22 

[correct date to 1486], 177. 
Rushall, Thomas (D.}, i. 16, 179. 
Russell, Robert Bruce (C.}, iii. 245. 
Russell, Wriothesley, second duke of 

Bedford, iv. 130. 



Salter, James (Cl.}, iv. 92. 
Salton, ?, [1571], ii. 43. 
Sanders, , college servant, burial, 

[1646], iii. 58. 

Sandham, Sacheverel (C.}, iv. 95. 
Sanford, John (Ch.}, ii. 179, 181 ; iii. 

28 n. 

Sankey, Christopher (Chor.}, iii. 262. 
Sargeant, or Sargent, [Anthony, or 

William] (>.}, [1616], iii. 44. 
Sargeaunt, (D.}, [1485], i. 180. 
Saunderson, Sir Wray, iii. 214. 
Sawell, William Jonathan (Chor., Cl., 

Ch., U.}, vi. 71, 112. 
Scalis, (CL, Ch.}, [1487], i. 176. 
Scott, John, viscount Encombe (C.}, 

iii. 247. 

Scroggs, William (Chor.}, iv. 118. 
Scudamore, John (C.)piii. 47. 
Seaman, Owen (U.}, vii. 8. 
Sedley, Sir John (G.C.}, iv. 32 n. 
Seymour, , (?), [c. 1678], iii. 204. 
Seymour, William end Edward (C.}, 

grandsons of the earl of Hertford, iii. 

37. J99- 

Shaffenes, (C/.), [1552], ii. 224. 
Shallett, Richard (Cler. Comp.}, iii. 58. 
Sharpe, Innocent (D.}, ii. 77. 
Shaw, William, i. 163. 
Shelley, Thomas (C.}, iii. 32. 
Shelton, Thomas (C.}, iii. 204, 210. 
Sherwood, Edward Charles (D.\ v. 160. 
Sherwood, William Edward (M.}, vi. 

113, 160; vii. 9, 19. 
Shipman, Edward (Ckor., D.}, iii. 185. 
Shirley, Evelyn Philip, vi. 7. 
Shu[c]kburgh, John (C.}, iii. 206, 210; 

iv. 176. 

Shutt, (Ck}, [1502], i. 178. 
Slade, , college cook, [1646], iii. 59. 
Sleford, Richard (D.}, i. 179. 



OTHER MEMBERS OF THE COLLEGE AND SERVANTS 35 



Slowman, Charles (C/.), iv. 95. 
Smith, Clement, Mus. D., v. 30. 
Smith, Francis (Z>.)> * v ' 1 ^9- 
Smith, Goldwin (>.), vi. 93 bis, 130 

and n., 135, 140, 152, 195. 
Smith, John (C.), Lee, Kent, iii. 228. 
Smith, John (/.), i y - IO 7 n - '> v - 8. 
Smith, Ralph (D.), [1683], iii. 263. 
Smith, Richard (C/.), [1584], iii. 10. 
Smith, Thomas (C 1 /.), [1648], iv. 6. 
Smyth, John. (C/.), iii. 184. 
Smyth, Nicholas (C/.), i- 38. 
Smyth, Oliver (C/.), i. 60, 177. 
Smyth, Paul (M.), iv. 188. 
Smyth, Richard (Pral. Theol.), ii. 17. 
Smyth, Roger (C/.), iv. 188. 
Smyth, Walter (Ch.), i. 177. 
Sneyd, William Hodges (G.C.), iii. 220; 

v. 1 6. 
Somerset, Charles, son of the fourth 

earl of Worcester, iii. 37, 199. 
Somerset, Henry, son of the fourth earl 

of Worcester, iii. 198. 
Somerset, William, son of the fourth 

earl of Worcester; called lord 

Herbert, ii. 219; iii. 198. 
Spencer, [Edward and Richard?], 

[1570], ii. 42. 
Spencer, [William?], [1672], iii. 201, 

203. 

Spendlow, Edward (D.), [1506], i. 60. 
Spere, (Ch.), [1500], i. 178. 
Spynke, John (Ch.), [1487], i. 177. 
Stafford, [John?], [1526], ii. 5. 
Stafford, Thomas (D.), iii. 30. 
Staley, (Ch.), [1503], i. 178. 
Stanbridge, John (I/., M.), i. 178; vi. 

171. 
Stanbridge, Thomas (M.), i. 74 ; ii. 5 ; 

vii. 120. 
Stanley, Edward, [1676], iii. 202 ., 

203. 
Stanley, George, college cook, illness 

and funeral, i. 64. 
Stanghton, [?], iii. 202. 
Staynehoe, or Stayno, a college 
. gardener, [1592-1617], iii. 29, 46. 
Stockwell, or Stokhill, Robert, Cler. 

Computi, and auditor, ii. 27 ter. 
Stoke,, [1571], 11.43. 
Stonehouse, Walter (D.), iii. 150. 
Stradling, Mansel (C.), [1657], iii. 204, 

211. 

Stretley, William (C7.), i. 177. 
Stubbs, Richard, gardener, [1677], lv - 

31 ter, 32, 41. 

Style, John (Chor., D.}, i. 51. 
Style, Thomas (Ch., Sacrist), [1526], ii. 

224. 



Summers, or Somers, Henry (?), 

(Clericus Camp.}, iii. 24. 
Sunderland, Brian, son of Langdale 

(C.), iii. 202, 208, 211. 
Sutton, Anthony, i 163. 
Sutton, Frederick Heathcote (G.C.), iii. 

232, 243; vi. 117; vii. 8-9. 
Swire, John {Chor., C/.), vi. 149. 
Sylhill, John {Ch., Sacrist), i. 177; 

ii. 198. 

Symonds, William (M.), ii. 104. 
Synge, Edward (C.), iii. 221. 

Tailor, T., [1510], i. 174. 
Tarbocke, William (D.), i. 179. 
Taylor, or Tailer, (Chor.), [1618], 

iii. 46. 
Taylor, Christopher (Chor., Cl.), iii. 

262. 

Taylor, John, D.D., [1481-3], i. 7, 12. 
Tebbs, William (CL), iv. 18. 
Tetley, James George, Old times and 

new cited, vi. 127, 156. 
Theodore, a German, [" Theodoras 

Germanus." Qu. Theod. German ?], 

[1539], ii. 19. 

Thesiger, John Napier (C.), iii. 244. 
Thirlby, college barber, [1506-7], i. 

46, 62, 63. 

Thomas, college cook, [1489], i. 116. 
Thomas, [Edmund?], (Chor. 1653?), 

iii. 202, 203, 204. 
Thomas, John (I.C., 0.), i. 178. 
Thomson, Maurice, [1658], iii. 220, 

255- 
Thomson, Samuel, [1657], iii. 201, 203 

bis, 204, 215. 
Thornborough, John (D.), bishop of 

Bristol, iii. 112. 
Throckmorton, Sir Arthur, ii. 4, 220; 

Legacy of his library [1627], iv. 3; 

His widow, ibid. 

Throgmorton, (>.), [1483]. i- 179- 
Throgmorton, , [1522], ii. 4. 
Thynne, Francis [?J (C.), iii. 32. 
Tindale, Thomas, iii. 251. 
Tinney, William Henry (D.), v. 36. 
Tirrell, Robert (C.), iii. 32. 
Todd, Henry John (Chor., Cl.\ Deans 

of Canterbury cited, v. 86, 88. 
Tollett, Mrs., kitchen woman, burial, 

[1810], v. 42. 

Tomkins, Benjamin (D.), iii. 44. 
Tomlyne, Robert, middle cook, iv. 35 . 
Townson, John (D ), iii. 201, 205, 259. 
Towse, William (C), iii. 201, 227. 
Trebeck, Andrew (Ch.), iv. 22, 23. 
Tremond, (Z?.), [1485], i. 179. 
Trevor,, [i57 r ]> 43- 



D2 



INDEX II 



Tuckwell, Lewis Stacey (Chor., Cl., 
Ch.}, iii. 182 ; v. 75 n. ; vi. 56, 104 n. 

Tufton, Francis, iii. 204. 

Turton, (Cl., I.C.}, [1510], i. 65. 

Tutchin, John, college manciple, iv. 30. 

Tyngylden, or Tyngulton, Henry (D.}, 
i. 108, 180. 

Tyror, Edward (S.}, iv. 95. 

Ussher, James (D.}, [1506], i. 60. 

Vawdrey, Ralph (Ck.}, i. 92, 177. 
Ven, or Fen. (>}, L 1 5] i- J 8o. 
Venner, John (C.), iii. 200, 210; iv. 176. 
Vernon, Onley, iii. 205. 
Villa Garcia, John de (Pr<zl.}, ii. 31, 90. 
Vincent, Anthony (G.C.}, son of Sir 

Francis, iii. 201, 211. 
Vogge ; see Fogge. 

Wade, (Ch.}, [1520], i. 178. 
Walcot, Charles (C.}, iii. 205, 212. 
Walker, Thomas (D.}, ii. 108. 
Wallar, John (Ch.}, i. 178, 180. 
Wallin, Charles Ethelbert (Exhib.}, v. 

1 60. 

Walrond, John (Ch.}, i. 177. 
Walthal, , [c. 1630], iii. 199. 
Ward, (Z>.), [1485],!. 179. 
Ward, Thomas, college butler, [1481], 

i. 7. 

Warde, Robert (Pratt. Philos.}, 11.27, 3 2 - 
Wardour, or Warder, (&}, (Henry 

or Richard ?), iii. 44. 
Warr, Thomas, iii. 201. 
Warren, John Borlace (C.}, iii. 252. 
Watkyn, (?), head cook, [1559], " 33- 
Watson -Smith, Clement Leigh (C.),iii. 

246. 
Weaver, Frederick William (D.}, ii. 

p. v ; Somerset Incumbents cited, iii. 

147. 

Wells, (CL), [1532], ii. 7 bis. 
Wells, Robert (D.}, v. n. 
Wenham, John George (.>.), vi. 25, 135. 
Wenman, Sir Francis, iii. 201. 
Wesley, Samuel Sebastian, Mus. D., v. 

32.; vi. 15. 

West, Joseph (Ch.), vi. 70-1. 
West, William, (Ch.}, i. 174 bis, [the 

' ' Dr. West " mentioned there should 

no doubt be read ' Ds. [dominus] 

West' B.A.], 178. 
Westbroke, William (Z>.), i. 107. 
Wetherell, Sir Charles (Z?.), iii. 240; 

v. 38 ; vi. 4, 5, 97. 



Whalley, James (D.}, iii. 241, 255. 
Wheatley [or Whately], (Cl.}, vi. 193.* 
Wheler, Sir William (C.}, iii. 231. 
White, ,[c. 1480], i. 173 ; [1513-14], 

i. 174; [the same?], 1554, burial, 

ii. 30. 

Whiting, Henry, college cook, vi. 5. 
Whitley, Roger (C.), iii. 218. 
Whitton, George, ii. 115. 
Whitwrong, James, [1672], iii. 202, 205. 
Whitwrong, Jo., [1672], iii. 201. 
Whorwood, al. Horwood, Robert 

(Chor.}, iv. 9. 

Widhok, William (D.\ i. 180. 
Wightwick, John ; see Knightley. 
William, college barber, [1488-9], i. 

20, 21. 

Willis, Sherlock (D.\ vi. 77. 
Wilshere, Laurence, iii. 201. 
Wilson, John [" Christopher North "] 

(G.C.}, v. 37; vi. 6, 42, no. 
Winch, Simon (Z>.), iv. 38. 
Winchester, R., college servant, vi. 23. 
Wood, Richardson (Cl., Ch.}, v. 20, 33, 

34. 
Wood, William Edward Collins (G.C.}, 

vi. 7, 8. 
Woodcock, Samuel, iii. 201, 203 bis; 

iv. 28, 29. 
Wooddeson, Richard (Chor., Cl., Ch.}, 

v. 7, 112 n. 
Woodward, Arthur Maurice (D.}, viL 

29. 

Wordsworth, Robert (Cl.}, iii. 262. 
Worseley, John, iii. 199. 
Worsley, Sir Richard (C.\ ii. 218. 
Wotton, Richard (D.}, bedell, [1493-4], 

i. I74. 

Wright,, [c. 1480], i. 173. 
Wright, John (Ch.}, [1559]. 33. 34- 
Wykes, , [1513-14], i. 174- 
Wyndham, Hopton, iii. 206. 
Wyndham, John (G.C.}, vi. 7. 
Wysham, Thomas, [1504-5], i. 174. 
Wythy, (Ch.}, [1486], i. 177. 

Yalden, William (Cl. of Account.}, iii. 

175- 

Yate, William (D.}, ii. 225. 
Yong, [William], [1513], i. 174. 
Young, or Yonge, (C/., Ch.}, 

[1559], 33- 

Zevan, Roger (Z>.) [not Yardley as in 
Bloxam], i. 180. 



* Ordained to serve in Virginin, ii Oct., 1689. Notes and Queries; 6th series, 

ix. 221. 



INDEX III 

PERSONS INCIDENTALLY MENTIONED 
AND BOOKS CITED 



Aaron, , Hebrew lecturer, 1726-34, 

v. 9. 
Abaissi, a Palestinian, or Syrian, chief, 

1765, v. 20. 
Abbendune \_Abingdon\, Richard de, 

ii. 213. 

Abbot, George, [archbishop of Canter- 
bury], iii. 36. 

Abbot, Sir Maurice, iii. 99. 
jAbendana, Isaac, iv. 48. 
Ablonetti, , a Cretan bishop, 1752, 

v. 16, [19?]. 

Ackworth, George, LL.D., ii. 36. 
Acland, Sir Henry Wentworth, vii. 12. 
Acland, Hugh and John, iv. 178. 
Acton, , 1532, ii. 9. 
Adams, , Stockcross, 1859, vi. 49. 
Adams, Fitzherbert, rector of Lincoln 

College, iv. 41. 
Adams, J., " Finmore " (Finmere, 

Oxon?), iv. 1 6. 
Adcock, G., engraver, v. 96. 
Adda, Ferdinand d', R. C. archbishop, 

vii. 1 1 6. 

Adelaide, queen ; see William IV. 
Adkins, Charles, Oxford, iv. 16 bis. 
Aglionby, Dr., Oxford (1661), iv. 15. 
Ailworth ; see Aylworth. 
Akerman, widow, Oxford, 1814, v. 45. 
Alban, Roger, ii. 214. 
Alberow, Richard, i. 108. 
Alden, Mardochseus, ii. 142. 
Alder, Robert, iv. 23. 
Alderson, J. T., Biography of Mr. 

Asquith, vi. 191. 
Aldrich, Henry, Logica, vi. 152. 
Aldworth, Richard, iv. 120. 
Alener, Robert, ii. 6. 
Alexander I, emperor of Russia, iii. 

223-4; v - 47- 
Alexander VI, pope, ii. 64; iv. 195 bis, 

196. 
Alexander, May, daughter of F., 

Hampstead, vii. 53. 



Alexander, William, archbishop of 
Armagh, vi. 71. 

Allatius, Leo, iv. 82. 

Allen, , Oxford, (1669), iv. 24. 

Allen, Abraham, iv. 126. 

Allen, J. , Brackley, 1907, vii. 28. 

Allen, Mark, Lichfield, vi. 179. 

Allen, William, cardinal, iii. Si. 

Allestrey, Richard, D.D., iv. 120. 

Alley, \Villiam, bishop of Exeter, ii. 65. 

Allibone, Sir Richard, iv. 149. 

Alworth ; see Aylworth. 

Amama, Sixtinus, iii. 114. 

Ames, Joseph, i. 158. 

Amhurst, Nicholas, Terra Filius cited, 
v. 56 bis. 

Ancher, Anthony, mayor of Dover, 
ii. 68. 

Anderson, Frances Helen, daughter of 
Patrick, Dundee, vii. 60. 

Anderton, , 1609, iii. 41. 

Anderton, Christopher, and Dorothy 
his wife, iii. 1 1 6. 

Andrewes, Lancelot, bishop of Win- 
chester, v. 93, 94 bis. 

Andrews, , Petersfield, 1799, v. 33. 

Andros [Daniel?], ii. 9 bis. 

Anglesea, earl of; see Annesley. 

Angus, Isobel Dutton, daughter of 
William Mathwin, vii. 78. 

Anne of Denmark, queen of James I, 
ii. i8iw. ; iii. 40, 41, 45, 46. Visits 
the College 1605, iii. 35, 36. 

Anne, Queen, iv. 53 ., 109 ; visits the 
College while princess, iv. 34 ., 
University verses on her death, ib. 1 28. 

Anne, daughter of George II, Univer- 
sity verses on her marriage, v. 62, 
74 bis, 77, 80, 81. 

Annesley, Arthur, earl of Anglesea, 
iii. 72 it. ', iv. 121. 

Annesley, Dr. Samuel, ii. 218. 

Anstey, Henry, M.A., Munimenta 
Academica cited, i. 81, 83, 84,85^. 



INDEX III 



Anstey, Mrs. J., donor, 1860, vi. 50. 
Anstruther, Sir Robert, iv. 188. 
[Aprys?], Roger, 1486, vii. 119. 
Arber, Edward, iii. 98, 123. 
Archceologia cited, iii. 263; vi. 48, 86; 

vii. 28. 

Archer, John, iii. 173. 
Archer, Peter, 1808-17, v. 40, 43, 48. 
Archibald, W. F. A., vii. 41. 
Arden, Robert, ii. 27. 
Arderne, John, i. 34, 82. 
Argyll, earl of; see Campbell. 
Arlington, earl of; see Bennet, H. 
Armellino, Torquato, vi. 92. 
Armitage, John Leathley, vi. 153. 
Armstrong, , 1539, ii. 19. 
Armstrong, C., Caen, v. 164. 
Armstrong, John, bishop of Grahams- 
town, vii. 57. 
Arthur, Prince of Wales; visits the 

College twice in 1496, i. 27-8 ; v. 109 ; 

his marriage, vii. 106. 
Arti, , tailor, London, 1490, i. 108. 
Arundel, lord ; see Fitz-Alan. 
Arundel, Thomas, fourth lord Arundel, 

iv. 151. 

Arye, , Oxford, 1661, iv. 15. 
Ascham, Roger, ii. 218. 
Asfordbie, John, iii. 173. 
Ash, John George, v. 87 n. 
Ashfield, John, i. 117. 
Ashfield, Anne, i. 117. 
Ashfield, Cicely, i. 118. 
Ashfield, Robert, father and son, i. 117. 
Ashley, Anthony, iii. 92, 93; and 

William, brother, iii. 92. 
Ashley, Anthony, son of Anthony, iii. 

92, 94, 96 ter, 97. 
Ashley, Francis, son of Anthony, iii. 

92, 96, 97 bis. 

Ashwin, Robert Forster, vii. 33. 
Ask, Eleanor, i. 3, 4. 
Assheton, Richard Orme, iv. 168, 169. 
Astery, or Astrey, , iv. 148. 
Astle, Thomas, v. 79. 
Astley, Henry, ii. p. x bis. 
Aston, Sir Arthur, iii. 57 bis. 
Athen&um, The, cited, iv. 168 fas. 
Athos, abbot of Mount, v. 8. 
Atkins, , St. Clement's, Oxford, 1584, 

ii. 1 16. 

Atkinson, W., artist, 1812, v. 85. 
Atkyns, , 1554, ii. 30. 
Audley, Edmund, bishop of Rochester, 

i. 9. 

Audley, lord ; see Touchet. 
Austen, George, iii. 152. 
Austen, John, i. 65. 
Avenell, Thomas, 1487, vii. 119. 



Aylett, Robert, iii. 146. 

Aylworth, or Ailworth, Henry, iii. 194. 

ter ; his wife Elianor, ib. 
Ayris, or Ayriss, Thomas, v. 70, 133. 
Ayscough, William, printer, iv. 163. 



Babington, Francis, ii. 216. 

Bacon, Anthony, ii. 165. 

Bacon, Sir Francis, ii. 165. 

Badger, , mason, 1643-66, iii. 57; iv_ 

22. 
Bagot, Richard, bishop of Oxford^ 

v. 85 n. ; vi. 89. 
Baigent, F. J., iii. 4, 166 ; Hist, of 

Basingstoke cited, v. 20, 65, 84, 153. 
Bailey, Elizabeth, v. 81. 
Baines, Edward, History of Lancashire 

cited, i. 150. 

Baker, A., donor, [1867]. vi. 62. 
Baker, George, Freshford, vi. 179. 
Baldwin, , bookbinder, [1489], i. 116, 

117. 

Bale, G., Odcombe, iv. 129. 
Bale, John, bishop of Ossory, ii. 53, 

212 bis; iv. 77. 

Baley, , M.D., \c. 1540-50], ii. 216. 
Balfour, Andrew, vi. 147. 
Balfour, John Hutton, vii. 40. 
Ballance, Sophia Florence, daughter of 

Charles, vii. 62. 

Ballowe, William, D.D., ii. 154. 
Bampfield, Francis, iv. 96. 
Bampfield, Thomas, iv. 96. 
Bampfylde, John, iv. 95. 
Bancroft, John, bishop of Oxford, iii. 178. 
Bancroft, Richard, archbishop of Can- 
terbury, ii. 178; iii. 73; letter to the 

College, [1607], iii. 75. 
Banks, Thomas, iv. 5. 
Bannister, , master of Brackley 

School, [1787-1812], v. 25, 43, 45. 
Barbon, or Barebone, John, iii. 94 n. 
Barbour ; see Patten. 
Barclay, Alexander, i. 112, 113. 
Barclay, Sir George, iv. 137. 
Barentyne, Sir Drogo, ii. 40. 
Barentyne, John, i. 7. 
Barker, Edmund, vi. 12. 
Barker, Frederick Mills Raymond, vi. 

2 5- 

Barksdale, John, Newbury, iv. 57. 
Barlow, Elizabeth, daughter of Ralph, 

v. 101. 
Barlow, William, bishop of St. David's, 

ii. 68. 

Barnard, Joel, iii. 30. 
Barnard, John, D.D., iv. 149 n. Lift 

of Heylyn cited, iii. 151. 



PERSONS INCIDENTALLY MENTIONED AND BOOKS 39 



Barnard, W., [1486], vii. 119. 
Barnby, James, Melsonby, vi. 147. 
Barne, Thomas, donor, ii. 218. 
Barnes, Mrs., Oxford, [1661 J, iv. 16 bis. 
Barnes, Joseph, bookseller, Oxford, iii. 

4, 27, 28, 29 bis. 
Barnes, Katherine, daughter of Gabriel, 

iv. 93. 

Barnes, Robert, D.D., [1540], i. 169. 
Barnett, Henry, vii. 22. 
Barnewall, Edward L., ii. 73. 
Baron, George, iv. 58. 
Barret, , a labourer, [1642], iii. 55. 
Barrett, Thomas, iv. 29. 
Barri, Christopher, iii. 99. 
Barrington, Shute, bishop of Durham, 

v. 137- 

Bartlet, , [1649], iv. 5. 

Barton, , mason, [1597], iii. 32. 

Baskervill, W., [1594], iii. 30, 31. 

Baskerville, Sir Thomas, iii. 96. 

Basket, , [1662], iv. 19. 

Basse, John, letter to President Clay- 

mond, i. 115. 

Basse, [Philip, Magdalen Hall], iv. 95. 
Basset, Joshua, iv. 153. 
Baston, Henrietta, [1781], v. 101. 
Bastwick, John, iv. 72. 
Bate, George, iii. 170. 
Bate, George Osborn, vii. 77. 
Bateson, Mary, viii. 24. 
Battely, John, Antiq. Kutupincf, v. 15. 
Bavaria, duke of, [1601], iii. 35. 
Bawden, , a lawyer, [1532], ii. 8. 
Baxter, Richard, ii. 153. 
Bayley, Richard, [1634], iv. 98. 
Bayley, William, [1684], iv. 35 bis, 36, 

98. 

Baylie, , Oxford, [1609], iii. 41. 
Bayly, Abel, Oxford, iv. [14?], 15, 

1 8. 
Bayne, Thomas Vere, ii. p. vi ; iii. p. viii, 

191 ; iv. p. vi. 

Beale, captain, [1687], iv. 134. 
Beauchamp, lord, [Richard, second 

lord Beauchamp of Powyk?], enter- 
tained, i. 12. 

Beaumont, George Ernest, v. 160. 
Beaumont, J. Shepherd, v. 107 n. 
Beaumont, John, first viscount, ii. p. x 

bis. 

Beck, , [1654], iv. 57. 
Beck, James, vi. 112 n. 
Beckwith, John [William Christmas], 

[I775] v - 22 > 8 9- 
Bedford, duke of; see Tudor. 
Bedford, earl of ; see Russell. 
Bedford, Hilkiah and his son William, 

iv. 113. 



Bee (?), William, [1546], i. 131. 
Beecham, , History of Cirencester 

cited, v. 113. 
Beele, Arthur, ii. 141. 
Beesley, Martha, Oxford, iv. 122. 
Beesley, William, Oxford, iv. 104. 
Bekyngham, m., [1511], death, i. 67. 
Belchamber, Henry and Martha, ii, 

J 54- 

Bell, John William Bussey, vi. 174. 
Bell, Robert Courtenay, vii. 90. 
Bellamy, , Stanway, [1806], v. 39. 
Benecke, Charles Victor, vii. 53. 
Beneson, Joseph, father of Simon, a 

fellow, i. 152 bis. 

Benet, Thomas, B.C.L., [1512], ii. 218. 
Bennet, Henry, earl of Arlington, iv. 

115, 116. 

Bennet, Jo., Oxford, [1661], iv. 17. 
Bennet, William, Salisbury, iv. 119. 
Bennett, Elizabeth, daughter of Sir 

William Sterndale, vii. gi. 
Bennett, Ralph, ii. 216. 
Benolt, John, [1533], i. 127. 
Benson, Anne, Hackney, iv. 71. 
Benson, Edward White, archbishop of 

Canterbury, Life cited, v. 121 . 
Bentham, James, History of Ely cited, 

iii. 86, [erroneously there called 

Milner's History.] 
Bentley, Richard, publisher, vi. 124. 
Berkeley, Dr. , [1791], v. 87 . 
Berkshire, earl of; see Howard. 
Bernard, Charles, iii. 45. 
Bernard, Edward, Cat. MSS. Anglias 

cited, iv. 75, 82. 

Bernard, Thomas Dehany, vi. 176. 
Berners, Charles, [1815], iii. 239. 
Berry, Mrs., Oxford, [1819], v. 51. 
Bertie, James, lord Norris, first earl of 

Abingdon, iv. 27. 
Besyls, William, i. 10. 
Betman, Henry, Kendal, i. 117. 
Belts, Francis, ii. p. viii. 
Beza, Theodore, ii. 100, 108, 115. 
Bibliographer, The, cited, iv. 172. 
Biddle, John, iv. 91. 
Biddulph, John, iv. 124. 
Biford, David, vii. 122. 
Biggor, Mary Campbell, daughter of 

T. W., vii. 92. 
Biggs, or Bigg, receiver for the King, 

Oxford, [1661], iv. 17, 18 bis. 
Bigland, Ralph, Gloucestershire Collec- 
tions cited, iii. 112 ; v. 58 . 
Bigod, Sir Francis, i. 168. 
Billing, , a tiler, [1720], v. 7. 
Billingsley, , [1591-1605], iii. 29, 36, 

37- 



4 o 



INDEX III 



Billingsly, , Oxford, [1661], iv. 15, 

1 6. 
Bilson, Thomas, bishop of Winchester, 

iii. 4, 45, 79, 117; letter to the 

College, 1612, ib. 42. 
Birch, John, Writtle, v. 99. 
Birch, Nathaniel, vi. 192. 
Birch, Thomas, Life of Henry Prince of 

Wales cited, iii. 39. 
Bird, , stone-mason, [1672], iv. 26. 
Bird, [Bernard, Exeter College?], iv. 

95- 

Bird, Lucy, vi. 100 n. 
Bird, Sir William, iii. 118. 
Bisbie, Nathaniel, iv. 153. 
Bishop, William, D.D., iv. 160. 
Bitton, , Oxford, [1661], iv. 17. 
Blackstone, Sir William, v. 19. 
Black-wood's Magazine, vi. 144. 
Blagrave, Jonathan, iii. 182. 
Blaguel, Henry, ii. 142. 
Blake, Robert, i. 19. 
Blay, , Oxford, [1661], iv. 17. 
Bliss, Philip, ii. 218 ; iii. 120 . ; v. 123. 
Blomefield, Francis, History of Norfolk 

cited, iv. 101 . 

Blom field, Sir Alfred, vii. ii, 27. 
Blomfield, James Charles, Deanery of 

Bicester cited, v. 107, 113, 155; vii. 

10 5- 

Blood, , engraver, [1814], v. 72. 
Blow, , [1745], v. 14. 
Bloxam, Matthew Holbeche, i. 112 ; v. 

117 ; vi. 128. 

Blunt, Sir Richard, iii. 124. 
Blunt, John Henry, vii. 57. 
Boaden, J., Life of Mrs. Jordan cited, 

v. 46. 
Boase, Charles Will., Regist. Univ. 

cited, i. 81, 83 ter, 85 ter, 86 ter, 88, 

89^,92, 123, 125, 126, 129, 133, 

135, 140, 143, 144 bis, 145, 146, 147 

bis, 151, 152 bis, 155; ii. 202. 
Bobart, Jacob, iv. 14, 15, 33, 40, 55. 
Bodley, G. F., architect, vi. 158; vii. 

9, 22. 
Bodley and Garner, Messrs., architects, 

vi. 74 ; vii. 9. 
Boleyn, Queen Anne, ii. 6. 
Bolt, , Oxford, [1661], iv. 18. 
Bolton, Henry, ii. 20, 30, 32. 
Bolton, Richard, i. 116. 
Bonamico, L., i. 162. 
Bonaparte, prince Charles Lucien, vi. 28. 
Bond, George, M.D., viii. 23. 
Bond, [Robert ? Richard ?], Principal of 

New Inn Hall, [1499], i. 97. 
Bond, William, father of President 

Bond, ii. 171. 



Bonner, Edmund, bishop of London, ii. 

87, 130. 
Bookbinders ; see 

Baldwin, Middleton, , 

Bray, John, Peter, 

Castell, Geo., Spier, , 

Cornish, John Stuffold, , 

and Thomas, Uffington, Tho. , 

Harberd, William, Way, Rob. 

Henry, 
Booth, Henry, second lord Delamere, 

iii. 186. 

Booth, William, v. 161. 
Boreman, Sir William, viii. 24. 
Borough, Sir Thomas, i. 9. 
Borthwick, Algernon, lord Glenesk, vi. 

125. 

Borthwick, Robert Brown, vi. 64. 
Boswell, , [1611], iii. 41. 
Boswell, Dorothy, iii. 30. 
Boswell, James, Life of Johnson cited, 

v. 87 ., 96. 

Boswell, Sir William, iv. 79. 
Bosworth, widow, [1644], iii. 58. 
Boteler, Ralph, lord Sudeley, ii. p. x bis. 
Boterell, , [1536], ii. 16. 
Botoner, William, of Worcester, ii. 214. 
Bottock, , [1626], iv. 3. 
Boucher, James, vi. 76. 
Boucicault, D., vi. 126. 
Boudon, Thomas, [1486], vii. 119. 
Boughton, [Richard, Magd. Hall], iv. 95. 
Bould, John, ii. p. viii. 
Boulton, , [1605], iii. 36. 
Bound, John, ii. 78 n. 
Bourne, John, vi. 84. 
Bowden, John, vi. 106 n. 
Bowell, Jo., mercer, Oxford, [i66i],iv. 

17- 
Bower, alias Hawthorne, Elizabeth, iii. 

268. 

Bower, Edmund, ii. 83. 
Bowlere, John, i. p. viii. 
Bowman, J. Herbert, vii. 93. 
Bownde, Nicholas, ii. 172. 
Bowyk, or Buwyk, John, i. 3, 4. 
Boxe, Helen, i. 48. 
Boyd, John William, \not "J. G."], 

master of Brackley School, [1879], 

vi. 73; resigned [1882], vii. 4. 
Boyer, , keeper of the Rolls, [1569], 

ii. 40. 

Boys, John, Works cited, iii. 144 . 
Brabazon, William, i. 124. 
Bradbrent, , [1577], iii. 62. 
Brad bridge, Augustine, ii. 65. 
Bradley, , [1735], v. 12. 
Bradley, James, v. 63. 
Bradley, Thomas, D.D., iv. 108. 



PERSONS INCIDENTALLY MENTIONED AND BOOKS 41 



Bradshaw, Henry, King's Coll. Cambr., 
vi. 171. 

Bramhow, Thomas, [1485], vii. 119. 

Bramley, Henry Adcock, vi. 163. 

Brand, John, v. u. 

Bransfort, John, monk of Bury, i. 96. 

Bray, [Charles?], D.D., [1640],^. 182. 

Bray, John, [1482], bookbinder, i. 10. 

Braybrooke, Charles Neville, lord, iv. 
in n. 

Brede, John, i. 82. 

Brent, Sir Nathaniel, iii. 119 ; iv. 74. 

Brett, , [1662], iv. 19. 

Bridger, Laurence, ii. 186. 

Bridges, J., portrait-painter, [1840], v. 
96. 

Bridges, John, Hist, of Northampton- 
shire cited, iii. 146, 189 n. 

Bridges, Marianne Elizabeth, daughter 
of Thomas, vi. 196. 

Bridge-water, duke of; see Egerton. 

Bridport, Giles, bishop of Salisbury, i. 
90 n. 

Brigand, " magisterf i. 29. 

Briggs, , Fittleton, [1721], v. 7. 

Briggs, Henry, iii. 95. 

Brightman, Charles, vii. 85. 

British Critic, vi. 140. 

British Magazine cited, vi. 89. 

Britten, F. J., Partner Clock and Watch- 
makers cited, iii. 35. 

Brockman, Tatton, and Anne his wife, 
vi. 28. 

Brockwell, Henry, iv. 151. 

Erode, Philip, D.D., ii. 21. 

Brodie, Mary Isabel, daughter of Sir 
Benjamin, vi. 190. 

Brodnck, George Charles, Memorials 
of Merton College cited, ii. 151. 

Brokhurst, Mrs., Oxford, [1661], iv. 15. 

Bromidgham, [Birmingham?], , smith, 
[1679], iv. 32, 33. 

Bromley, William, engraver, v. 42 ; vi. 

5i. 

Brook, , [1720], v. 7. 
Brook, Sir James, vi. 49. 
Brooke, Benjamin, Lives of the Puritans 

cited, ii. 168. 
Brooke, James, bishop of Gloucester, 

i. 154; ii. 169. 

Brooke, John, All Souls Coll., iv. 129. 
Brookes, , a lawyer, [1684], iv. 38. 
Brookes, Joseph, iii. 183. 
Brookes, Catherine and Richard, iv. 

170. 

Brothers, Richard, v. 96. 
Broun, C., Verwood, Dorset, vii. 87. 
Brown, Cornelius, Annals of A T ewark 

cited, iii. 130 . 



Brown, Frederick, Nailsea, v. 157. 

Brown, Horatio F., vi. 169. 

Brown, J., Haveiibrdwest, [1872], iv. 

169 n. 

Brown, John, M.D., [1788], v. 27. 
Brown, L. E., Brackley, [1906], vii. 26. 
Brown, Martin, iii. 173. 
Browne, , organ-mender, [1554], ii. 

29, 30. 

Browne, Ann, [1678], iv. 97. 
Browne, Edward Harold, bishop of 

Winchester, Visitor, vi. 74, 85, 127, 

150 ; vii. 9. 

Browne, John, [1626], iii. 123. 
Browne, John, M.D., Anatomy of the 

Muscles, [1682], iv. 33. 
Browne, Joseph, [1678], iv. 97, 98. 
Browne, Richard, [1678], iv. 97. 
Browne, Richard, [1807], v. 39 and n. 
Browne, Robert, baron of the Exchequer, 

ii. 95. 

Browne, Robert \\ illiam, v. 1 59. 
Browne, Thomas, [1546], i. 132, [ii. 

II n., 1558; qu. the same?]. 
Browne, Sir Thomas, Posthumous 

Works cited, iv. 102. 
Browne, William, [1678], iv. 97. 
Brownlow, W. R. , vi. 92. 
Brownyng, , [1512], i. 68. 
Bryan, , Cogges, Oxon, ii. 216. 
Bryan, [Matthew, Magd. Hall?], iv. 

95- 

Bryan, Richard, Oxford, [1661], iv. 17. 
Brydges, Giles, third baron Chandos, 

iii. 5. 

Bucer, Martin, ii. 57. 
Buckhold, Rowland, ii. 4. 
Buckhurst, lord ; see Sackville. 
Buckingham, duke of; see Stafford, and 

Villiers. 

Buckler, John, senior, vi. 33 and n. 
Buckler, John Chessell, ii. 73 ; v. 23, 

30, 41, 49, 52, 73, 150 .; vi. 6, 23, 

36, 41, 43, 47, 48 ; Observations on 

architecture of Magd. Coll. cited, v. 

149. 
Buckley, William Edward, ii. 214; iv. 

170. 
Bucknall, Estcourt Thomas G., M.P., 

vi. 4, 76. 
Buckner, John, bishop of Chichester, 

v - 34- 

Buckner, Thomas, [1591-4], !" 29, 31. 
Bulen, John, i. 158. 
Bull, , [c. 1659], iii. 162. 
Bull and Auvache, booksellers, vi. 1 34. 
Bullinger, Henry, ii. 61, 67 ter, 68 ter. 
Bullok, William, ii. 16. 
Bunney, Francis, junior, [1616], ii. 125. 



INDEX III 



Bnnney, Richard, treasurer of Berwick, 

ii. 150, 159. 

Bunney, Richard, junior, ii, 151. 
Burbidge, Edward, v. 157. 
Burdett-Coutts, baroness, v. 124. 
Burden, Richard, vii. 35. 
Burford, , Stanlnke, v. 47. 
Burgess, Thomas, bishop of St. David's, 

iv. 171. 

Burghers, Michael, v. 7. 
Burgon, John William, v. 114 and n., 

116, 119, 123 ; vi. 108, 130 n. 
Burgundy, Margaret, duchess of, iii. 

195- 
Burke, John Bernard, Commoners cited, 

v. 99. 

Burney, Charles, Mus.D., v. 105. 
Burnford, Humphrey, ii. 78. 
Burnham, lord ; see Lawson. 
Burns, James, vi. 25, 82. 
Burrell, , D.D., Sudbury, [1687], iv. 

153- 
Burrows, Montagu, Register of Parl. 

Visitors cited, iii. 150, 151, 153, 

155. 156, *57> 165 bis, 169, 171, ^3, 

1 76, 1 77, 1 78, 1 79, 1 82, 1 83 bis, 1 86- 

7, 189, 190 bis; iv. 6, 9, 57, 61 bis, 

66, 69, 70 ., 76. 
Burscough, Robert, iv. 93. 
Burton, Sir Edward, iii. 146, 165. 
Burton, Edward, D.D., [1836], vi. 102. 
Burton, Felicia, daughter of Philip, v. 

86. 

Burton, John, chaplain at Louth, i. ii. 
Burton, Robert, iii. 99. 
Bury, , " commissarius Regis pro le 

warys," [1507], i. 63. 
Bury, William, iii. 173. 
Bush, , [1678], iv. 31. 
Buste, Christian, wife of Henry, and 

her children, Henry, Robert, Martha, 

ii. 154- 

Butcher, , [1684], iv. 36. 
Butler, Adrian, v. 5. 
Butler, Charles, v. 141. 
Butler, James, second duke of Ormonde, 

i y - 37- 

Butler, John, [1666], iv. 23. 
Butler, Joseph, bishop of Durham, 

portrait, vii. 2. 
Butler, Mary, daughter of Edward, 

[1571], ii. 169. 

Builer, Thomas, [1554], ii. 29. 
Button, Ralph, iv. 61. 
Butts, Sir William, ii. 52. 
Buxtorf, Joh., iv. 82. 
Bye, Daeodatus, v. 85. 
Byfield, Richard, iv/84. 
Byrthelynge, Thomas, Kent, i. i r6. 



Byrton, Thomas, [1528], i. 124. 
Bythner, Victorinus, iv. 7. 

Cadden, , a painter, [1752], v. 16. 

Caesar, Sir Julius, ii. 128. 

Calamy, Edmund, Lives of Non-con- 
form, cited, iv. 58, 63, 64, 65, 66, 
67, 72, 73, 78, 82. 86, 88, 94, 96 bis; 
Life of Howe cited, iv. 90 . 

Calendar of State Papers (see Henry 
VIII), cited, iii. 79, 81, 130, 131, 
138, 182, 191 ; iv. 88, 91, 94 bis, 95; 
v. 169 ; viii. 24. 

Calendar of Stuart Papers cited, vii. 
117. 

Calvert, Emily Caroline, daughter of 
Sir Harry, vi. 87. 

Calvin, John, ii. 108, 115. 

Cambridge Antiquarian Society, Com- 
munications cited, iv. 54 w. 

Cambridge Cantden Society, vi. 113. 

Cameron, John, [1617], iii. 167. 

Campbell, Archibald, earl of Argyll, 
iii. 130. 

Campbell, prof. J. Dykes, iv. 168. 

Campion, "mag." , [1540], ii. 20. 

Campion, Jane Cecil, daughter of 
Charles Heathcote, vi. 1 78. 

Cannar, Thomas, i. 154. 

Cansick, Fred. T., Epitaphs in St. 
Pancras cited, iv. 156, 157. 

Cantur, Thomas, it. 219. 

Caplen, George, iii. 65. 

Capper, John, Oxford, i. 40. 

Carew, Sir George, iii. 25. 

Carew, Sir Peter, ii. 71. 

Carleton, Sir Dudley [afterwards lord 
Dorchester], ii. 166, 179. 

Carlisle, Nicholas, Grammar Schools, 
cited, iii. 79. 

Carlyle, Thomas, Letters of Cromwell 
cited, iv. 90. 

Caroe, W. D., History of Sefton cited, 
i. 150. 

Caroline, queen of George II, Univ. 
verses on her death, v. 59, 82, 178. 

Carpenter, , Oxford, [1661], iv. 17. 

Carpenter, John, iii. 48. 

Carr, Thomas, Bolton Abbey, v. 131. 

Carswell, Francis, Exeter Coll., iv. 13. 

Carte, Thomas, Hist, of Engl., v. 14; 
his MSS., iv. 136, 147. 

Carter, , bell-founder, [1602], iii. 35. 

Carter, John, architect, v. 42. 

Carter, William Adolphus, vii. 75. 

Cartwright, , [Aynho], [1812], v. 

43- 

Cartwright, Edmund, Rapt of Br amber 
cited, iii. 146. 



PERSONS INCIDENTALLY MENTIONED AND BOOKS 43 



Cartwright, Mary, widow of John, v. 

65. 
Cartwright, Thomas, [1590], ii. 192, 

195- 

Carver, John, preb. of York, [Bloxam, 
ii. 242 .], i. 100 /!. 

Carver, John, [a carpenter] ; ^Karver. 

Casaubon, Meric, iv. 9. 

Case, Robert, vii. 50. 

Cassell, Messrs., publishers, Bible 
Dictionary, vi. 152. 

Castar, , [1659], iv. 12. 

Castell, George, bookseller and book- 
binder, [1507-12], i. 64, 65, 66, 67. 

Castello, Adrian de, bishop of Hereford, 
vii. 107, no. 

Castle, Richard, vi. 195. 

Castle, Thomas, vi. 82. 

Castlereagh, viscount ; see Stewart, Rob. 

Gate, , Oxford, [1661], iv. 16. 

Cater, William, [1497], ii. pp. x bis, xi. 

Cater, or Kater, William, [1684], iv. 

135- 

Caterall, , [1538], ii. 13. 
" Catermaynys " ; see Quatermayns. 
Catesby, Sir John, judge C. P., i. 7 ter, 

10. 
Catherine of Braganza, Q. of Charles 

II, iv. 50. 

Cato, , [1700-3], iv. 52, 53. 
Cavaliers' Advice, 1642, cited, iv. 4. 
Cave, Sir Ambrose, iii. 40. 
Cave, William, iii. 150. 
Cawdrey, Daniel, iv. 73. 
Caxton, , [1486-90], vii. 118, 121. 
Caxton, William, carpenter, [1525-32], 

ii. 5, 8dis. 

Cay, Amy, daughter of C. H., vii. 39. 
Cecil, James, first marquess of Salisbury, 

v. 47. 
Cecil, Robert, first earl of Salisbury, 

i. 131 ; ii. 164, 165 ; iii. 71, 112, 113, 

H5> 139- 
Cecil, William, lord Burleigh, ii. 56, 

125, 129, 138. 
Chalmers, Alexander, Biogr. Diet., iv. 

166; Hist. Univ. Oxf. cited, v. 12. 
Chaloner, Dr. , [Robert ?], iii. 42. 
Chaloner, Robert, of Stanley, [1548], 

i. 132. 
Chaloner, Sir Thomas, letter to Pres. 

Bond, iii. 38 ; gloves given to him, 

ib. 42. 
Chamberlain, , French teacher, 

[1778], v. I4. 
Chamberlain, John, [1603-8], ii. 166, 

179. 
Chamberlaine, Katherine, d. of Thomas, 

iii. 190. 



Chambers, Cuthbert, Ripon, iv. 172. 
Chambers, John, M.D., ii. 216. 
Chambers, John, Hull, iv. 114. 
Chambers, Robert, iii. 87. 
Chambers, Sir Robert, v. 38. 
Champhen, , a lawyer, [1530], ii. 8. 
Chandos, lord ; see Brydges. 
Chaplin, Margaret, iv. 107, 117. 
Chapman, John, M.P.,vii. 36. 
Charles I, iii. 47, 55, 57, 58, 81, 99, 

100, 129, 130, 131, 152, 163, 164, 

172, 191 ., 199, 223 ; iv. 18, 20, 87, 

108, 169; v. 56; entertained at Ch. 

Ch. in 1616, iii. 45 ; his queen, 

Henrietta Maria, iv. 117, 118, 1 88 for; 

Univ. verses on the birth of his 

daughter Anne, iv. 188. 
Charles II, iii. 188, 223; iv. 13, 31, 

no, 115-16, 120, 121, 187. 
Charles X, King of France, v. 124. 
Charles Lewis, Elector Palatine, iv. 

125. 

Charlett, Arthur, letter cited, v. 6. 
Charlotte, Princess, memorial service, 

[1817], v. 49. 

Chartres, Vidame de; see Ferrieres. 
Chase, capt. , [1844], vi. 25. 
Chatterton, Margaret, ii. 167. 
Chaundeler, Thomas, clean of Hereford, 

entertained, i. 15 ; donor, ii. 204. 
Chaworth, Richard, collector of money 

for the King, [1642], iii. 55, 56. 
Checkley, John, v. 13. 
Chedsey, William, i, 146. 
Cheiney, Anne, iii. 149. 
Chifflet, Petr. Fr., iv. 48. 
Child, William, v. 177. 
Chippingdale, [> a lawyer, [1589], ii. 

173- 
Chirchestyle, Juliana and Richard, ii. 

p. ix; vi. 104 . 
Chitty, Herbert, iv. 94 n. 
Cholmeley, James, Easton, Line., v. 

73- 

Cholmeley, Robert, Croft and Wain- 
fleet, Line., vi. 143, 165. 

Chowne, Barbara, iv. 118. 

Christian, H.R.H. Princess, vii. 12. 16. 

Christian Victor, prince of Schleswig 
Holstein, vii. 8. 

Christian Magazine cited, v. 94. 

Christian Remembrancer, vi. 140. 

Christie, Albany James, vi. 25. 

Christie and Manson, auctioneers, iv. 
129. 

Christina, Queen of Sweden, iv. 80. 

Chudleigh, Thomas, iv. 153, 154. 

Church, Augustine, bishop of Lydda, 
vi. 194. 



44 



INDEX III 



Church, Richard William, dean of 

St. Paul's, v. 127 ; Oxford Movement 

cited, vi. 140. 
Church Building Society, grant, [1818], 

v. 49; [1847], vi 29. 
Church Quarterly Review, vi. 148. 
Churchill, , [1646], iii. 59. 
Churton, Ralph, v. 84. 
Chute, William Lyde Wiggett, vi. 167. 
Clare, Barbara, daughter of William. 
Clark, Andrew, iii. 1 84 n. ; Reg. Univ. 

cited, i. 88 ; ii. p. vi ; iii. 34 n., 39 n., 

64, 66, 85, 104, 108, 118, 127, 138; 

264 ; v. 1 1 5 n. Colleges of Oxford, vi. 

1 88. 

Clark, John, [1516], vii. in. 
Clark, Rose, iii. 151. 
Clarke, , a lawyer, [1540], ii. 20. 
Clarke, , M.A., [1801], v. 35. 
Clarke, Edward, Reading, iii. 79. 
Clarke, H. E. [1910], vii. 94. 
Clarke, Jerome, iii. 3 1 bis. 
Clarke, John, St. Edmund's-bury, 

[1681], iv. 75. 

Clarke, Thomas, [1551], ii. 76. 
Claxton, , [1679], iv. 32. 
Clay, George, iii. 165. 
Claymond, John, his daughters Ann 

[Potts] and Cassandra, ii. Ii. 
Clayton, Sir Thomas, warden of Merton 

Coll., iii. 183; iv. ij&t's. 
Clayton, Thomas, vi. 175. 
Clayton and Bell, Messrs., vi. 59. 
Clayworth, , Candlesby, [1804], v. 

38. 

Cleaver, John Francis, vi. 52. 
Clement XI, pope, iv. 1 56. 
Clement, master , [14^9], i. ii%ter. 
Clements or Clemens, , bookseller, 

Oxford, iv. 27, 49, 50, 51 ; v. 12. 
Clendon, Frances, iii. 151. 
Clergy Orphan Society, [1811], v. 42; 

vi. 48. 
Clerical Guide, [1817], cited, v. 144, 

153- 

Clerk, John, bishop of Bath and Wells, 
[1528], i. 167. 

Clerk, John, [1552], i. 153. 

Clerk, Thomas, [1545], ii. 52. 

Clerke, John, mayor of Oxford, 1484, 
funeral of him and his wife, i. 14. 

Clifford, George, third earl of Cumber- 
land, iii. 34. 

Clinch, , [1647], iii. 59. 

Clinton, Joan, daughter of Edward, 
Oxford, ii. 96. 

Clutterbuck, Thomas, and John, iii. 

MS- f 
Cobbe, Thomas, viii. 24. 



Cobcott, or Copcott, Thomas, [1486], 

vii. 119. 

Cockerell, , [1724], v. 8. 
Coe, Mrs., , [1847], vii. 30. 
Coffin, Robert Aston, vi. 25. 
Cogan, , Oxford, [1661], iv. 15. 
Cogan, Antony, son of Thomas, and 

Sara, iii. 68. 
Cokayne, George Edward, Complete 

Peerage cited, iii. 58; iv. 121; 

vi. 119, 122. 
Coke, Sir John, iii. 330. 
Cole, , rev. [1849], vi. 32. 
Cole, Edward, notary, [1576], iii. 4. 
Cole, Henry, i. 163. 
Cole, William, iii. 86. 
Colet, John, vii. 120. 
Colier, William, bedell of Law, iv. 112. 
Collier, Jeremy, iv. 147. 
Collier, John Payne, Nine Historical 

Letters, i. 161. 

Collingwood, Edward, viii. 23. 
Collins, James, Knaresborough, v. 151. 
Collins, Richard, v. 152. 
Collins, Thomas, M.P., v. 152. 
Collinson, John, Hist, of Somerset, iv. 

178. 

Collis, John, D.D., \c. 1480] i. 173. 
Collison, , tiler, [1689-90], iv. 48, 49. 
Colonial Bishoprics fund, vii. 17, 33. 
Comber, Anne, wife of Dean Comber, 

of Durham, iv. 134. 
Combes, , [1723], v. 8. 
Combes, W alter, Oxford, iv. [15 

"Coomes", ?] 20, 39. 
Commins, James, bookseller, Exeter, ii. 

217. 
Compton, , a carrier, Petersfield, 

[1664], iv. 20. 
Compton, William lord [afterwards first 

earl of Northampton], iii. 35. 
Compton, William, and Dorothy his 

wife, iv. 155. 

Conant, John, D.D., iv. 93. 
Congreve, George, v. 80. 
Congreve, Richard, iv. 123; great- 
grandson, Richard, ib. 
Congreve, William, iv. 157. 
Constable, Sir William, iii. 96. 
Cook, H. R., engraver, v. 96. 
Cooke, , bookseller, Oxford, [1808], 

v. 40. 

Cooke, George Isaac Foster, vii. 60. 
Cooke, John, [1688-9], ' 43> 1O 7- 
Cooke, Philip, B.D., iii. 148. 
Cooke, Robert, iii. 161. 
Cooke, Shadrach, iv. 147. 
Cooke, William, Sheffield, iv. 163. 
Cookson, Christopher, vii. 66. 



PERSONS INCIDENTALLY MENTIONED AND BOOKS 45 



Coolidge, Frederick William, vi. 181. 

Cooper, , [1631], iii. 50. 

Cooper, , carpenter, Brackley, [1747], 

v. 15. 
Cooper, Charles Henry, Athena Can- 

tabr. cited, iii. 5. 
Cooper, James, iii. 58. 
Cooper, Thompson, vii. 115, 117. 
Corbet, , clockmaker, [1609], "' 35> 

40. 

Corbet, widow, [1689], iv. 107. 
Corbet, Margaret, wife of Dr. Edward, 

iv. 74. 

Corbett, Michael, vi. n. 
Corden, , an almsman, [1573], ii. 44. 
Corfe, Mrs. , donor, [1856-9], vi. 44. 
Corker, James M., Benedictine, iv. i 72. 
Cornelius, "orator" [from Spain?], 

[1492], i. 22. 

Corney, Bolton, iii. 123 \not Corner]. 
Cornish, John, [1486-1502], scribe and 

bookbinder,!. 16, 19, 21, 32. 
Cornish, Thomas, and his son, [1511], 

bookbinders, i. 67. 
Cornwallis, James, earl, bishop of 

Lichfield, v. 87. 

Corteman, William, Southwark, i. 24. 
Cory, Thomas, ii. 91. 
Cottingham, Lewis Nochalls, architect, 

vi. 6, 7. 
Cottisford, John, rector of Lincoln 

College, i. 166; iv. 187. 
Cotton, Edward, and his son George, 

iv. 156. 

Cotton, Katharine, i. 149. 
Cotton, Sir Richard, ii. 191. 
Cotton, Richard Lynch, provost of 

Worcester College, vi. 91. 
Court, "master"; near Oxford, i. 44 bis. 
Courtenay, Peter, bishop of Winchester, 

i. 109, 114, 119. 

Courtney, William Prideaux, vi. 113. 
Covel, John, master of Christ's Coll. 

Cambr., iv. 154. 
Coveney, Roger, ii. 183. 
Coverdale, Miles, bishop of Exeter, i. 

112 bis; ii. 57. 

Cowbridge, , [1538], ii. 73. 
Cpwdrey, , Basingstoke, [1490-1], 

vii. 121. 

Cowley, Frederick Thomas, vii. 86. 
Cowper, J. M., i. 158. 
Cox, , Petworth, [1650], iv. 7. 
Cox, J. [rev. James Cox, Liverpool?], 

donor, vi. 64. 
Cox, Maria Elizabeth, daughter of 

C. H., vi. 162. 
Cox, Richard, dean of Ch. Ch., bishop of 

Ely, i. 146; ii. 21, 26, 27, 53, 97, 134. 



Cox, Thomas, Oxford, [1661], iv. 15, 

J7- 
Coxe, Arthur Cleveland, bishop of 

Western New York, vi. 108. 
Coxe, Henry Octavius, v. 165; vi. 27, 

107 n. ; Catalogue of MSS. in College 

Libraries cited, i. 115; ii. 212, 213 

bis; iv. 75. 

Cracroft, George, iv. 60. 
Cradock, John, iv. 128. 
Craggs, James, Secretary of State, iv. 

169. 

Cranmer, Thomas, archbishop of Canter- 
bury, ii. 14, 51 , 53, 56, 59, 66, 67, 68, 

86. 

Cree, Thomas, vi. 158. 
Creffield, Edward, v. 79. 
Creighton, Mandell, bishop of London, 

vii. 81. 

Cressy, Hugh, fat her and son, ii. 166. 
Crete, a bishop in ; see Ablonetti. 
Crew, , Oxford, [1661], iv. 14. 
Crewe, John, lord, iv. 76. 
Crewe, Nathaniel, bishop of Oxf. and 

Durham, iv. 119. 
Cripps, , [1533]* " 
Cripps, Wilfrid, iii. 222. 
Croft, John, Simon, and Alice, Frisby, 

Leic., i. 98. 
Croft, Richard, son of John, and his son 

Richard, [1516], vii. 109. 
Croftetaker, , [1507], i. 138. 
Croke, Sir Alexander, vi. n. 
Croke, John, ii. 59. 
Croke, Mary, Oxford, iv. 106. 
Croke, R., [1532], i. 123. 
Croly, Dr. George, vi. 19. 
Cromwell, Katharine Eleanor, daughter 

of John Gabriel, vi. 177. 
Cromwell, Oliver, ii. 223; iii. 163, 178, 

181, 184 bis; iv. 9 n., 57, 58 safe, 

61, 62, 68, 70, 71, 90, 91, 143. 
Cromwell, Sir Philip, iii. 36. 
Cromwell, Richard, iv. 60, 61. 
Cromwell, Thomas, earl of Essex, i. 115, 

123, 124, 126, 129, 133 ter, 142, 

154, 160 bis, 161 ter, 162, 168 snipe, 

169 sape; ii. 14, 15, 55, 63, 68; his 

son, ii. 16. 

Croney, , Oxford, [1661], iv. 16. 
Crosley, , bookseller, [1678-9], iv. 

3 1 , 32. 

Crosley, John, [1603], iii. 35. 
Crosse, Henry, bedell, ii. 142 ; iii. 61. 
Crosse, John, iv. 8. 
Crosse, Joshua, iv. 95. 
Crossley, , [1732], v. n. 
Crossley, Sir S., vii. 22. 
Crotch, William, Mus.D., vi. 152. 



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INDEX III 



Crow, Sir Sackville, iv. 79. 

Crupper, William, v. 49. 

Crynes, Nathaniel, ii. 223. 

Cuffe, Henry, donor, [1594], iii. 32. 

Cullee, , [1587], iii. 80. 

Culley, , Brandeston, [1848], vi. 136. 

Culpepper, Walter, ii. 148. 

Cumberland , Ernest, duke of, afterwards 

king of Hanover, v. 46. 
Cumberland, earl of; see Clifford. 
Cunningham, Weddell, v. 150 n. 
Cupitt, , Oxford, [1802], v. 36. 
Curie, Joshua, iv. 119. 
Curie, W'alter, bishop of Winchester, 

Visitor, three letters to the College, 

iii- 5i-5> 57- 

Curtis, C., [1792], v. 114 n. 
Curtois, Susannah, iv. 120. 
Cusack, Jessie Ella Sophia, daughter 

of James William, vi. 179. 
Cymrodorion Society, v. 60, 61. 



D., K., goldsmith, [1672], iii. 260. 

Dabby, , [1482], i. 10. 

Dabs, , [1634], "i- 5- 

Dacre, [Richard Fiennes], lord, i. 9. 

Dacre, lord; see Howard, Edw. 

Dalaber, Anthony, i. 166, 167 sape ; 

ii. 54. 

Dale, Anthony, iii. 181. 
Dale, John, ii. 1 29 bis. 
Dale, Reginald Francis, ii. 93 . 
Dalrymple, David, lord Hailes, v. 97. 
Danforth, Samuel, Harvard College, iv. 

70 n. 
Daniel, Charles Henry Olive, provost 

of Worcester College, vi. 190; Our 

Memories cited, v. 116 n., 121, 126, 

IS 1 * J 59J vi - 8 4> 8 5> I11[ > I2I 128, 

157- 

Danstate, William, viii. 23. 
Danvers, Thomas, vii. 120. 
Danvers, William, i. 23, 27. 
Darbishire, A., vii. 46. 
Darell, "domina" , [1490], vii. 121. 
Dart, John, Hist, of York cited, iv. 170. 
Darton, William, publisher, v. 96. 
Dasent, Sir George, vi. 195. 
Daubeny, Giles, lord, entertained, 

[1496], i. 28. 

Davenant, William, iv. 74. 
Davey, John, and his daughter Dorothy, 

iv. 121. 
David, master John, Beam Hall, i. 

lights. 

Davidson, , [1487], vii. 119. 
Davidson, Randall Thomas, archbishop 

of Canterbury, iv. 179; vi. 178. 



Davies, , [1687], iv. 134. 
Davies, , widow, [1845], vi. 26. 
Davies, Gabriel Johns, Sttccessful 

Preachers cited, vi. 140. 
Davis,, [1594], iii. 31. 
Davis, Harriett, daughter of Henry, v. 

157- 
Davis, H., chaplain at Bombay, [1819], 

v. 51. 
Davis, Jane, sister of Dr. Henry 

Yerbury, [1685], iii. 194 bis. 
Davis, John, donor, v. p. ix. 
Davis, Richard, bookseller and book- 
binder, Oxford, iii. 162; iv. 9, 22, 

2 5, 27, 31, 32 bis, 33 bis. 
Davis, Richard, University verger and 

bedell, iv. 21, 112. 
Davis, Richard Hart, M.P., v. 157. 
Davis, Robert Snow B., vi. 32. 
Davison, , organ-builder, [1854], vi. 

41. 
Dawes, Francis, letter to Pres. Clerke, 

iv. 29. 

Dawes, Richard, vi. 27. 
Day, , a smith, [1614], iii. 43. 
Day, , a builder, [1778], v. 23. 
Day, John, Oxford, [1661], iv. 15 bis. 
Day, Richard, barber, Oxford, [1661], 

iv. 15. 
Day, William, bishop of Winchester, ii. 

221. 
Day, William, chirurgion, Oxford, 

[1662], iv. 15 bis, 19. 
Dayrell, , [c. 1550], i. 167 . 
Dayrell, Paul, iii. 61. 
Dayrell, Walter, D.D., [1674], iv. 27. 
Deane, Emma Anne, daughter of 

Robert Micklen, vi. 145. 
Deane, John, vi. 144. 
Deane, Thomas, iii. 36. 
Deane, William Henry, v. 153 bis. 
Dedyck, [Dietrich?], a German in 

Oxford, [c. 1480], i. 10. 
Deere, , Oxford, [1819], v. 50. 
Defoe, Daniel, iv. 53 n. 
Delafield, Thomas, ii. 92. 
Delamare, John Peter, iv. 95. 
Delamere, lord ; see Booth. 
Delamotte, P. H., vi. 51. 
De Laune, William, pres. of St. John's 

Coll., iv. 132. 

De La Warr, lord ; see West. 
Dell, Ralph, ii. 220. 
Denbigh, earl of; see Feilding. 
Denby, , minister of Burnley, Lane., 

[1687], iv. 40 bis. 
Denham, , [1559], ii. 137- 
Denham, John, Catharine Coll. Cambr., 

iv. 156. 



PERSONS INCIDENTALLY MENTIONED AND BOOKS 47 



Denis, , an embroiderer, [1541], ii. 

20. 
Denison, Edward, bishop of Salisbury, 

vi. 76. 
Denison, George Anthony, v. 126, 159; 

vi. 84. 

Denman, Thomas, lord, v. 166. 
Denmark, Christian Frederick, crown 

prince of, v. 3. 

Dennis, , Oxford, [1661], iv. 16. 
Denny, Sir Anthony, ii. 52. 
Dent, Mrs. , donor, [1878], vi. 72. 
Denton, Edmund, iv. 105. 
Derick, J. M., architect, vi. 24, 25. 
Derrick, Francis, iii. 8r. 
Devaux, Sir Theodore, iii. 194. 
Deverenx, Robert, second earl of Essex, 

ii. 179 ; iii. 81, 82. 
Devereux, Robert, third earl of Essex, 

iii. 46, 47, 48, 57. 
Devyll, John, i. 26. 
Dewes, , [1577], iii. 62. 
Dewy, , Oxford, [1661], iv. 17. 
Diamond, , painter, [1605], iii. 36. 
Dickinson, Charles, bishop of Meath, 

grant to his widow, [1843], vi. 21. 
Dictionary of National Biography 

cited, iv. 70, 70 ., 71, 89, 104 n., 

136, 171, 174; v. 95; vi. 113, 125, 

195 ; vii. 115, 116, 117. 
Digby, Sir Kenelm, iii. 137. 
Dighton, Isaac, goldsmith, [1698], iii. 

260. 

Dighton, R., v. 85. 
Dillon, William, iii. 159. 
Dillon-Lee, Arthur, vise. Dillon, vi, 

171. 

Dimock, , bookseller, [1686], iv. 27. 
Dimock, John, v. 142. 
Dinham, John, lord, his brother enter- 
tained in College, i. 7. 
Disraeli, Benjamin, earl of Beaconsfield, 

vi. 121. 
Doane, George Washington, bishop of 

New Jersey, v. 117. 
Dobson, John, v. 80. 
Dochen, Henry, iii. 63. 
Dodd, Charles, iv. 158, 160. 
Dodd, William, v. 94. 
Dodsworth, Roger, MSS. cited, i. 130, 

131, 150. 

Doe, Anthony, ii. 219. 
Dol ben , , [ John , archbishop of York ?] , 

[c. 1658], iii. 162. 
Doley, , ii. 216. 
Dolley, Thomas, v. 107. 
Dominis, Antonio de, iv. 51. 
Doncaster, Charles, v. 142. 
Donham, Simon, D.D., [1496], i. 108. 



Dormer, Geoffrey, [1485], vii. 119. 

Dormer, Sir Michael, ii. 62. 

Dorset, earl of ; see Sackville. 

Dorward, John, ii. p. x bis. 

Dove, F. J., publisher, v. 96. 

Dover, Alexander, i. 7. 

Bowling, Alfred Sydney, iv. 163 n. 

Downam (or Dowman, wrongly], John, 
LL.D., commissary of bishop Fox 
for Visitation of the College, [1506- 
20], i. 35-61, 71 ; iv. 179, 180. 

Downham, George, (bishop of London- 
derry), and John, ii 85 n. 

Dowse, , M.A., husband of Pres. 
Mayew's sister, i. 22. 

Doxopater, Johannes, iv. 82. 

Doyle, James E., Official Baronage 
cited, vi. 1 19. 

Doylie, John, ii. 165, 183. 

Drake, Francis, v. 83 ; Eboracum cited, 
iv. 61. 

Dredge, John Ingle, Sheaves of Devon 
bibliography cited, iv. 93. 

Dreslare, John, or Droseler, q.v. 

Drope, Mary, iv. 102. 

Drope, Thomas, iv. 103. 

Droseler, John, a bookbinder, al. 
Dreslare, [1503-8], i 32,64. 

Druce, George Claridge, iv. 97. 

Drury, Robert, ii. 70. 

Dryden, Charles, iv. 156. 

Dryden, John, iv. 156, 157. 

Drye, [John ?], pro-projtor, i. 49. 

Du Bartas, G. Saluste, iii. 98. 

Du Bosc, Claude, vii. 117. 

Ducke, Arthur, Joan, and Nicholas, ii. 
119. 

Dudley, Robert, earl of Leicester, 
chancellor of the Univ, ii. 100, 115, 
142, 165, 66; iii. 5, 24, 265. 

Dudley, William, bishop of Durham, 
entertained, i. 12. 

Duffyng, W., ii. 219. 

Dugdale, Sir Willinm, v. 122. 

Dunbaven, [William, Magd. Hall], iv. 

95- 

Duncan, Philip Bury, vi. 31. 

Dunch, Edmund, and his daughter-in- 
law Mary Dunch, iii. 124 ; vi. 194. 

Dunche, ["Dwunche"], , [1490], vii. 
221. 

Dunclett, , [1628], iii. 49. 

Dunkin, John, Hist, of Darlford cited, 

i- 34- 
Dunster, Henry, president of Harvard 

College, iy. 70 n, 
Duntze, Samuel Henry, vi. 25. 
Duppa, Brian, bishop of Winchester, 

letter quoted, iv. 86. 



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INDEX III 



Durell, John, iv. 77. 

Dyer, Richard, M.A., iv. 59. 

Dygon, or Dygoun, John, ii. 201. 

Eaglehornton, , ii. 213. 

Earle, Richard, iii. 1 73. 

Earp, , sculptor, [1864], vi. 57, 59. 

Ebden, John, iii. 4. 

Echard, Lawrence, iv. 177, 178. 

Eden, Charles Page, vi. 32. 

Eden, Robert, bishop of Moray, v. 126. 

Edgecombe, , Oxford, [1661], iv. 16. 

Edmund, bishop of Derry [?], i. 109. 

Edmunds, Henry, v. 63. 

Edmunds, James, ii. 85. 

Edward the Confessor, King, ii. 217. 

Edward IV, his visit to the College, 

22-3 Sept., 1481, i. 8, 9. 
Edward V, ii. 181. 

Edward VI, birth, ii. 17 ; death, ii. 28 ; 
mentioned, i. in; ii. 57, 72, 81, 
181 ; vii. 114. 

Edward VII, donor of deer while Prince 
of Wales, [1875], vi. 70; coronation, 
vii. 21. 
Edward, bishop of Callipoli, suffragan 

of Winchester, i. 104, 118, 120. 
Edwards, , barber, Oxford, [1661], 

iv. 15, 16. 

Egerly, , Oxford, [1661], iv. 15, 16. 
Egertou, John, bishop of Bangor, v. 59. 
Egerton, Scroope, first duke of Bridge- 
water, v. 59. 

Egerton, Thomas, earl of Ellesmere, 
Lord Chancellor, gloves given to him, 
iii. 42. 

Elgar, widow, [1609], iii. 40. 
Eliot, Henry Cornwallis, earl of 

St. Germans, vii. 47. 
Elizabeth, Queen, ii. 42, 43, 60, 84, 85, 
87, 88, 92, 100, 139, 142, 148, 153, 
154, 171, 172 ter, 173-7, lgl andn., 
186, 193; iii. 6, 24, 28, 66, 73, 82, 
87, 88, 96 ; visits the College, [i 566], 
ii. 40, 179 ; second visit, [1592], iii. 
28 n,, 29 ; mandates to the College, 
[1577], iii. 64, 89. 

Elizabeth, Queen of Bohemia, iii. 43. 
Ellerton, John, vi. 137. 
Elliott, Edwin Litchfield, vii. 61. 
Ellis, , a lawyer, Oxford, [1661-79], 

iv. 14, 3 2 > 33- 
Ellis, , bookseller, Oxford, [1678-82], 

iv. 27, 31. 
Ellis, Sir Henry, Original Letters cited, 

i. 128, 163. 

Ellis, Humphrey, and his wife, iii. 127. 
Ellis, John, iv. 28. 
Elmes, John, ii. 10. 



Elmsley, Peter, principal of Alban Hall, 

v. 46. 

Elvey, Stephen, Mus.D., vi. 104. 
Elys, Edmund, Totnes, iv. g\, 92, 93. 
Emigrants Spiritual Aid Fund, vi. 33. 
Emmison, Alexander, and Bard, iv. 105. 
English Historical Review cited, vi. 94. 
Eric XIV, King of Sweden, ii. 223. 
Essex, earl of; see Devereux. 
Essex, m., [John ?], i. 65. 
Este, Alfonso da, duke of Ferrara, ii. 

220. 

Este, William, mason, Abingdon, i. 34. 
Estmonde, John, iii. 141. 
Etton, John, i. 26. 
Eugenius IV, pope, ii. 216. 
European Magazine cited, iv. 167 n. 
Evans, , auctioneer, London, v. 95. 
Evans, Charles, Anglesey, v. 60. 
Evans, al. Yvonis, Herman, bookseller, 

[1538-61], ii. 18 bis, 19, 20, 21, 29, 

35- 
Evans, Thomas, Life of Bp. Frampton 

cited, iv. 123, 151 . 
Eveleigh, Mrs., Oxford, [1661], iv. 16. 
Everie, or Ivory, John, serg.-at-arms to 

Q. Eliz., iii. 64. 
Everie, Sir Simon, iii. 66. 
Ewart, Katharine Dorothea, daughter 

of William, vii. 82. 
Ewin, Ed., Oxford, [1661], iv. 16. 
Ewing, Alexander, bishop of Argyll, 

v. 117 (Archibald}?] error), 126. 
Exton, Edward [junior] and John, 

iii. 192. 

F., W., goldsmith, [179^], iii. 261. 
Faber, Thomas Henry, vi. 94. 
Fabre, John, French teacher, v. 14. 
Fabricius, Joh. Dan., iv. 31. 
Fairbeard, Mary, d. of John, iii. 174- 
Fairebeard, Stephen, Oxford, iv. 15. 
Fairecloth, Mary, iii. 127. 
Faireclough, , Oxford, [1661], iv. 17. 
Fairfax, Dr. , ["Mr. Martin, now 

Dr. Fairfax," Life of Home, p. 47], 

v. 89 n. 

Fairfax, col. Charles, iv. 99. 
Fairfax, Thomas, rirst lord, iv. 99. 
Fairfax, Sir Thomas, third lord, iii. 

148, 181, 190; iv. 57, 58, 62, 68, 70, 

71, 100, 101, 102. 
Fairfax, Thomas, nephew of Dr. Henry, 

iv. 1 01. 
Falkner, F. E., master of Brackley 

School, vi. 53, 57. 

Fanshaw, William Dalrymple, vii. 28. 
Farel, Gul., ii. 100. 
Farewell, Nicholas, iii. 30. 



PERSONS INCIDENTALLY MENTIONED AND BOOKS 49 



Farmer, Anthony, iv. 131. 
Farmer, John Henry, vii. 45. 
Farnfold, , Sussex, i. 37. 
Farre, Elizabeth, and her son Walter, 
' iii. 155 bis. 

Farrell, or Farroll, John, iv. 64. 
Fastolf, Sir John, inventory of his plate, 

i- 3-4- 

Faussett, Godfrey, Nackington, v. 147. 
Faussett, Henry Godfrey, vi. 196. 
Fawcett, Henry, M.P., vi. 120. 
Fawcon, Maud, ii. 89. 
Fawn, John, iii. 31. 
Feckenham, Thomas, vi. 192. 
Feilding, William, third earl of Denbigh, 

iv. 114. 
Fell, John, bishop of Oxford, iii. 160, 

162, 194. 
Fellows, Edward, [lord de Ramsey], 

vii. 4. 

Felton, Henry, iv. 163 ; v. 10. 
Fenton, , widow, [1847], vi. 28. 
Feria, duke of, iii. 81. 
Ferrieres, Jean de, vidame de Chartres, 

ii. 42 ; iii. 29. 
Fettiplace, , [1715], v. 4. 
Fettiplace, Anthony, vii. 122. 
Fettiplace, al. Phettisplace, , Oxford, 

[1661], iv. 14. 

Fettiplace, Elizabeth, iv. 108. 
Fiddes, Richard, Life of IVoIsey, v. 7. 
Field, Mrs. , sister of Dr. H. Clerke, 

iv. 41. 

Field, Edmund, iv. 122. 
Field, Thomas, vi. 188. 
Field, newspaper, cited, vi. 166. 
Fifield, , Oxford, [1661], iv. 17. 
Filler, widow, Oxford, i. 51. 
Finch, , Oxford, [1661], iv. 15. 
Finch, Daniel, earl of Nottingham, iv. 

54 
Finch-Hatton, George James, nth earl 

of W'inchelsea, vi. 97. 
Fincke, William, viii. 23. 
Findall, , Oxford, [1661], iv. 17. 
Fine, , one of the Council of Margaret, 

countess of Richmond [yu. John 

Fineux?], i. 49. 
Finke, W., [1594], iii. 30. 
Fischer, Isabel, [1464], iv. 186. 
Fish, , a mason, [1569], ii. 41. 
Fisher, , [1645], "* 5 8 - 
Fisher, John, minister, [1562], ii. 187. 
Fisher, John, bishop of Salisbury, v. 46. 
Fisher, John, Wavendon, vi. 127. 
Fisher, William, v. 133. 
Fiske, , [1571], ii. 42. 
Fitz-Alan, Henry, lord Maltravers, ii. 

29. 

VIII. 



Fitz-Alan, Thomas, lord Arundel, lord 
Maltravers, [" Matreffac"], [1482], 
i. 10; lord Arundel, [1484-97], i. i}, 
28. 

Fitzgerald, Percy, vii. 33. 

Fitzherbert [" Phiharborde "], [1484], i. 
13; vii. 119. 

Fitz- James, Richard, bishop of Roches- 
ter, i. 32. 

Fitzmaurice, Thomas, v. 19. 

Fitzpatrick, John, earl of Upper Ossory, 
v. in. 

Fleetwood, general Charles, iv. 70. 

Fleming, Sir Daniel, iv. 127. 

Fleming, Sir George, bishop of Carlisle, 
iv. 127. 

Fleming, Sir Thomas, iii. 143. 

Fletcher, , bookseller, Oxford, iv. 
116; v. 9, 76. 

Fletcher, Alexander Pearson, vii. 46. 

Fletcher, Carteret John Halford, Hist, 
of Carfax cited, iv. 71, 132 ., 162. 

Fletcher, William, alderman, Oxford, 
iv. 125 ; v. 26. 

Flexon, , barber, Oxford, [1661], vi. 

J 5- 

Flood, John, iii. 192. 

Flood, Richard, vi. 192. 

Flower, John, ii. 133. 

Floyd, , cook, Oxford, [1661], iv. 15. 

Fodryngham, Jane, i. 171. 

Fogg, Daniel, Oxford, iv. 15. 

Foley, , Records of English Jesuits 
cited, iv. 151, 156, 159; Diary of 
Engl. Coll. at Rome cited, iv. 155. 

Folkard, John, ii. p. x bis. 

Follioth, Lady , [1721], iv. 105, 106. 

Foosse, William, painter, Abingdon, i. 

34- 

Forbes, Alexander Penrose, bishop of 
Brechin, v. 126; vi. 151. 

Forman, or Farman, , D.D., [1526], 
i. 1 66 bis. 

Forman, John, benefactor, i. 25 ; iii. 69. 

Forrest, John, bookseller, iv. 9, 12, 59. 

Forrey, Lady Elizabeth, Godstowe, i. ii. 

Fotheringham, David, vii. 94. 

Fortrie, Isaac, iv. 116. 

Foster, Joseph, ii. p. vi ; Alumni Oxo- 
nienses cited, ii. 143, 146, 182; iii. 39, 
62, 69, 70, 101, 103, 104, 105, 107, 
no, 118 ., 124, 131, 135, 136, 141, 
147 bis, 153, 157, 165,168, 171, 174, 
176, 179, 189, 190, 191, 193 n. ; iv. 
66, 68, 69 ter, 70, 94 bis, 96, 98, 120, 
122, 126, 173, 174, 189 ; v. 14, 4671., 
57 n -> 58 ttr, 64 bis, 66, 82, 87 ., 
108, 129, 153; Index Ecclesiasticus 
cited, v. 131, "132, 144, 153. 



INDEX III 



Foster, Patrick, ii. 213. 
Foulkes, Edmund, vi. 152. 
Fowler, , Oxford, [1666], iv. 22. 
Fowler, , Oxford, [1715], v. 4. 
Fowler, Joseph Thomas, v. 123. 
Fowler, Sir Richard, knt., i. 68. 
Fowler, Thomas, D.D., president of 

Corp. Chr. Coll., Hist, of Corp. 

Chr. Coll. cited, i. 115, 149, 153; 

iii. 267; v. I7.,22 . bis, 23^., 25 ., 

30 ., 31 ., 32 n., 39 ., 40 ., 44 n, 

bis, 45, 48 n. 

Fox, Charles James, v. 112. 
Fox, Edward, bishop of Hereford, i. 

170 n. 
Fox, Richard, bishop of Winchester, 

gloves given to him, i. 30 ; visitations 

of the College, i. 35 seqq., 71 ; vi. 29 ; 

vii. 107 ; mentioned, i. 52, 54, 62, 148 

bis, 153; iv. 179, 180; composition 

for his commemoration, iii. 7 ; two 

decrees, 1506, 1519, ib. 
Fox, Richard and Alice, Witney, i. 106. 
Foxe, Simeon, iii. 143. 
Frampton, Robert, bishop of Glouc., 

Life cited, iv. 47, 123. 
Francis, father, [1687], iv. 153. 
Francis, Elizabeth Jane, daughter of 

Christopher Dunkin, vi. 154. 
Frank, Elizabeth, iv. 107, 117. 
Frank, F. Bacon, ii. 18 1. 
Franke, John, ii. 209. 
Frankland, widow, awrfherson William, 

[1614], iii. 43. 
Franklin, William, iii. 147. 
Franklye, Grace, iii. 151. 
Fraunceys, John, L 1 1 bis ; his wife, ib. 
Fraunceys, Ralph, his will, [1481], i. 

lo-n. [See Bloxam's Register, ii. 

2 59-l 

Fraunceys, Richard, I. II. 
Freakabe, John, viii. 23. 
Frederic, Prince of Wales, University 

verses on his marriage, v. 75, 80, 82 ; 

on his death, v. 74 bis, 82, 85, 

100 bis. 
Frederic V, Prince Palatine, king of 

Bohemia, iii. 43, 47. 
Freer, Richard, and his wife, London, 

[1490], i. 107. 
Freind, Sir John, iv. 148. 
Fremantle, Thomas Francis, vi. 86. 
French, John, notary, [1647], iii. p. x. 
French, Thomas, notary, [1616], iii. 

p. x, 46. 

Frewen, Thomas, iv. 50. 
Friar, John, i. 163. 
Friend of the Clergy Society, vi. 36. 
Frost, , [1541], ii. 20. 



Fulke, William, D.D., iii. 127. 
Fulkes, Anthony, iii. 40. 
Fuller, , [1750], v. 16. 
Fuller, Isaac, painter, iv. 20, 23. 
Fuller, Thomas, D.D., Worthies cited, 

i. 150; Church History, iii. 120. 
Fulman, William, iii. 162. 
Furse, C., vii. 35. 
Fychet, Henry, [1532], ii. 8. 
Fynes, Norris, v. 62. 

Gabrill, , Oxford, [c. 1661], iv. 15. 

Gadney, Cyril F., v. 160. 

Gagnier, John, iv. 55. 

Gaile, Alee, iii. 1 54. 

Gairdner, James, his edition of the 

Paston Letters cited, i. 4; Calendars 

of State Papers; see Henry VIII; 

editor of Andreas' Hist. Hen. VII, iii. 

195 ; editor of Letters of Rich. Ill 

and Henry VII, vii. 122. 
Gaisford, Thomas, dean of Ch. Ch., vi. 

43- 

Gam, ,[1493], vii. 122. 

Garbrand, Mrs. , [1607], iii. 63. 

Garbrand, Anne, daughter of Dr. 
Tobias, iv. 85. 

Garbrand, or Gerbrand, Herks, book- 
seller, [i54 2 -59]) 21, 2 9. 33- 

Garbrand, [John, bookseller?], iii. 43. 

Garbrand, " mag.", [Richard, book- 
seller?], ii. 44; Hi. 25, 31, 32. 

Gardener's Chronicle cited, v. 159. 

Gardiner, , mason, [1677], iv. 3r. 

Gardiner, Ann, [1662], iv. 19. 

Gardiner, Bernard, warden of All Souls 
College, iv. 132. 

Gardiner, J. R., Register of St. Paul's 
School cited, v. 109. 

Gardiner, Samuel Rawson, vii. 81. 

Gardiner, Stephen, bishop of Win- 
chester, i. 165, 169; ii. 6, 10, 124; 
visitation of the College, ii. 28-9, 
81-4, 89, 118, 129-31; vii. 114. 

Gardner, , tailor, [1687], iv. 39. 

Garforth, Elizabeth, daughter of Peter, 
v. 155. 

Garland, Tobias, viii. 23. 

Garner, Robert, iv. 41. 

Garnet, Henry, Jesuit, iii. 82. 

Garrard, Benjamin, iv. 14. 

Garret, , [1676], iv. 29. 

Garret, , a smith, [1512], i. 67. 

Garrick, David, v. 75. 

Gascoyne, Thomas, i. 91. 

Gatacre, John, iii. 8r. 

Gauntlett, Henry John, vi. 160. 

Gawdren, Mary, iv. 107, 117. 

Gebons, , [1486], vii. 119. 



PERSONS INCIDENTALLY MENTIONED AND BOOKS 51 



-Gelasius, , a minister in Paris, [1566], 

ii. 100. 

Gellibrand, Samuel, iv. 5. 
Genner, Job, vii. 84. 
Gent, Thomas, Hist, of Ripon cited, iv. 

172. 
Gentleman 's Magazine cited, iv. 157, 

161 bis; v. 64, 80, 83 dis, 84, 85 n., 

95, 101, 105, no bis, 163; vi. 83, 

102, 109. 
George I, iv. 174, 175 ; Univ. verses on 

his accession, iv. 128, 178; v. 54, 57 

ter, 58. 
George II, Univ. verses on his accession, 

x. 59, 62, 64, 77, 78, 112 n. ; on his 

death, v. 104 . ; on the death of his 

queen Caroline, q.v. ; on the marriage 

of his daughter Anne, q.v. ; on that 

of his son Frederic, and his death, 

q.v. 
George III, v. 24, 46, 87 ; Univ. verses 

on his accession, v. 82, 100, 107, 112 ; 

on his marriage, v. 74, 104, 107, no, 

112; his daughter Charlotte, v. 32 ; 

his wife Charlotte, v. 134. 
George IV, Univ. verses on his birth, 

[1762], v. 74, 100, 107, no, 112 ; on 

his visit to Oxford, [1813], v. 44, 46, 

48. 
George of Denmark, Prince, Univ. verses 

on his death, iv. 128, 178; v. 53, 55, 

56. 
George, a bookseller and bookbinder ; 

see Castell. 
Georgirenes, Joseph, archbishop of 

Samos, iv. 29 . 
Gerard, Miles, Jesuit, iii. 81. 
Gerard, Philip, iv. 19. 
Gerning, John, ii. 59. 
Gerring, or Gearing, Thomas, v. 25. 
Gerry, Robert, iii. 194. 
Gibbard, Jane and Sarah, ii. 161. 
Gibbes, George, v. 1 34. 
Gibbs, , [1682], iv. 34. 
Gibson, Edmund, bishop of London, iv. 

171. 

Gibson, Samuel, iii. 1 34. 
Giffard, Andrew, Chillington, Stafford- 
shire, iv. 157 ; vii. 116. 
Giffard, Elizabeth, daughter of Anthony, 

iv. 71. 

Gifford, William, [1481], i. 19. 
Giglis, Hieron. de, bishop of Worcester, 

i. 170 n. 

Gigur, John, v. 109. 
Gilbert, , [1572], ii. 43. 
Gilbert, Dr. , [1484], i. 13. 
Gilbert, Thomas, B.D., iv. 64. 
Gilbertson, Lewis, vi. 96. 



Giles, a bookseller, [1507-10], i. 64 bis, 

65, 66. 
Gillbee, Louisa, daughter of Edward, 

vi. 1 66. 
Gillow, Joseph, Diet, of Engl. Catholics 

cited, iv. 120, 151, 158, 159, 160,172. 
Gilmar, Goddard, son of Edward, iii. 

.155- 

Gilpin, , a lawyer, [i75]j v - J 6- 
Gipps, Sir George, vi. 118. 
Gladstone, William Ewart, vi. 81 ; vii. 

9- 
Glass, , Winterbourn Basset, [1715], 

v. 4. 
Glayne, Christopher, John, Owen, 

Richard, and Jane, [1552], ii. 28. 
Gleig, George, bishop of Brechin, v. 

126. 

Glenesk, lord ; see Borthwick, A. 
Gloucester, Henry, duke of, iv. 48. 
Gloucester, William, duke of, Univ. 

verses on his death, iv. 162. 
Gloucester, Thomas, a Carmelite, i. 87. 
Glover, Blanche, iii. 127. 
Glynne, William, bishop of Bangor, ii. 

60. 
Godbehere, , Frampton, [1724], iii. 

8. 

Godden, , attorney, [1691], iv. 50. 
Godfrey, , veterinary doctor, [1678], 

iv. 31. 

Godfrey, Christopher, ii. 34. 
Godley, James, vii. 38. 
Godstpw, Thomas, iii. 31. 
Godstowe, an abbess of, i. 29, 32. 
Godwin, Francis, bishop of Hereford, 

ii. 88. 

Goldesmythe, George, vii. 122. 
Goldwell, William, ii. 219. 
Golightly, Charles Portales, v. 158. 
Golius, Jac., iv. 79. 

Good, , bookseller, \c. 1680], iv. 27. 
Good, James, M.D., ii. 61. 
Goodall, , Birmingham, vi. 1 29. 
Goodman, Godfrey, bishop of Glou- 
cester, Court of James I cited, ii. 1 80 ; 

iii. 113, 126. 
Goodwin, , son of Dr. Goodwin, 

[1629], iv. 4. 

Goodwin, , [1679], * v> 3 2 - 
Goodwin, Harvey, bishop of Carlisle, 

vi. 178; his daughter Catharine, ib. 

177. 
Goodyear, or Goodier, John, donor of 

books, [c. 1664], ii. 214, 219; iv. 20. 
Gordon, E. J. A., Hist, of Sefton cited, 

i. 150. 

Gordon, William, Falkirk, vii. 92. 
Gore, , bookseller, [1553], ii. 29. 



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INDEX III 



Gore, Charles, [now bishop of Oxford], 

vii. 7. 

Gorham, George Cornelius, v. 139. 
Goring, Sir Henry, iv. 48 . 
Gospel Magazine, v. 72. 
Goss, Sir John, vii. 99. 
Gossham, , Nottinghamshire, [1532], 

donor, ii. 9. 

Gostwick, , donor, [1614], iii. 43-4. 
Gotch, Dr. F. W., vii. 73. 
Gough, John, bookseller, London, i. 166. 
Gough, Mary, daughter of Drope and 

Ann, Souldern, v. 100. 
Gough, Richard, iii. n n. 
Gough, William, Oxford, [1661], iv. 17. 
Cover, William, vi. 144. 
Gowan, Thomas, iv. 86. 
Gowland, Amelia Anne, daughter of 

J. S., vi. 88. 

Grabe, Joh. Em.jSepfuagint, iv. 54, 55. 
Graham, William, bookseller, Oxford, 

ii. 19 ; iii. 9. 
Grahme, Henrietta Maria, daughter of 

Sir Richard, iv. no. 
Grandorge, Christopher, iv. 169. 
Granville, Denis, dean of Durham, iv. 

127,130, 151. 

Grase, , goldsmith, [1484], i. 14. 
Graves, Robert, engraver, v. 96. 
Graves, William, vi. 46. 
Greaves, , [1754], v. 17. 
Greaves, John, iv. 81, 82. 
Greek archbishop, a, money grant to 

him, [1609], iii. 41 ; to another, 

[1676], iv. 29. 

Green, , [1676], donor, iv. 29. 
Green, , a plumber, Oxford, [1730], 

v. 10. 

Green, , a painter, [1746], v. 15. 
Green, John Richard, vi. 195. 
Greenbury, Robert, portrait-painter, iii. 

53- 

Greene, Dr., [c. 1600], ii. 214. 
Greene, Christopher, D.D., iv. 49. 
Greene, Thomas, Dublin, vii. 41. 
Greenhill, John, viii. 23. 
Greenhill, Thomas, iii. 30. 
Greening, , [1684], iv. 37. 
Greenshields, James, iv. 56. 
Greenwood, , [1653], iv. 8. 
Greetham, William, and Susan, his 

daughter, iii. 116. 
Gregory, John, [1516], vii. in. 
Grenfell, Bernard Pyne, vii. 24. 
Grenville, William Wyndham, lord, v. 

'37- 

Grey, Charles, earl, v. 141. 
Grey, Lady Jane, announced as Queen, 

ii. 28 



Grey [of Powys?], John, lord, a son, 

i. 13. 

Grey, William, bishop of Ely, i. 9. 
Grey, William, lord, of Werke, iv. 73. 
Grey, William, his brass, vi. 73. 
Griffith, John, [1770], v. 60. 
Griffith, Thomas Henry, vi. 150. 
Grimwood, Thomas H., Dedham, v. 

105. 
Grindall, Edmund, archbishop of York, 

" 127- !34> 14. *5> 157 ; "i- 2 7 
Groom, P., [1909], vii. 40. 
Groom, Richard, v. 4. 
Groot, Dr. Hofstede de, the Hague, iL 

183. 

Grotius, Hugo, iii. 164 ; iv. 80, 144. 
Grove, , [1487], vii. 119. 
Grundtvig, N. F., Copenhagen, v. 125 n* 
Grundy, Elizabeth Beardoe, daughter 

of F., vii. 37 bis, 38. 
Gryfot, , M.A., i. 173. 
Grygford, , Univ. Coll., [1487], 

i. 19. 

Gualther, Rodolph, ii. 67 bis. 
Guardian, newspaper, vi. 140, 148,. 

158. 

Guldeford, Edward, ii. 9. 
Guldeford, or Gilford, Sir Richard, his 

Scholarships, [1532], ii. 9, n ; iii. 7. 
Gulford, Henry, his obit observed in 

Dureford abbey, i. 121. 
Giinther, Charles Lewis Gotthilf, vii. 

75- 

Gurdon, Elizabeth, v. no. 

Gurle, John, i. 133. 

Gustavus I, king of Sweden, ii. 222. 

Gutch, John, i. 30, 125 ; iv. 185 ; Collec- 
tanea Curiosa cited, iii. 27, 42. 

Guy, , a carrier, [1613], iii. 43. 

Gwinne, [Roderick, Merton Coll. ?], and 
" Gwinne, junior," iv. 95. 

Gygur, John, warden of Merton College^ 
[1481-7], i. 7 bis, 98. 

Gyles, Nathaniel, [1653], iii. 191. 

Gyll, Elizabeth, ii. 4. 

Gylyot, " magister," burial, [1488], i. 



Hailes, lord ; see Dalrymple, D. 
Haines, Herbert, Manual of Man. 

Brasses cited, iv. 186 n. 
Hale, Agnes, i. 48 bis. 
Hales, Sir James, i. 8, 26. 
Halhed, Nathaniel Brassey, v. 96. 
Hall, , coffee-house keeper, Oxford, 

iv. 151. 
Hall, Joseph, bishop of Norwich,. 

Works, ii. 223; iii. 117. 



PERSONS INCIDENTALLY MENTIONED AND BOOKS 53 



Hall, "Myke," [Michael?], iv. 17. 

Hall, Philip, Oxford, iv. 16. 

Hall, W., printer, London, [1609], iii. 

87. 
Hall, William, printer and bookseller, 

Oxford, [1657-95], iii. 167 ; iv. 27, 

4, 5 J 59- 

Halswell, Sir Nicholas, iii. 1 39. 
Haly, John, preb. of Wells, i. 162. 
Ham, J., Oxford, v. 162. 
Hamden, "master," [1506], i. 51. 
Hamilton, Andrew, vii. 35. 
Hamilton, Sidney Greaves, v. 50 n. 
Hamilton, Walter Kerr, bishop of 

Salisbury, vi. 76. 
Hamman, or Hammon, carpenter, ii. 

33. 4 2 - 

Hammond, Robert, iii. 163. 
Hampden, Thomas, Great Hampden, 

Bucks., [1478], i. 98. 
Hampton, John, Life of John Wesley 

cited, iv. 184. 
Handel, George Frederick, iii. 149 n. ; 

Acts and Galatea, v. 13 . 
Hanmer, Sir Thomas, v. 15 . 
Hanns, , Oxford, [1661], iv. 17. 
Hanway, Jonas, v. 23. 
Harberd, William, bookbinder, [1508], 

i. 64. 

Harbottle, Zachary, iii. 173 bis. 
Harby, Sir John, and his son Erasmus, 

iii. 177. 
Harcourt, Cecil Violet, daughter of 

Augustus George Vemon, vii. 67. 
Harcourt, Sir Richard, [1482], i. 10; 

obit of Lady Harcourt, i. 19. 
Harding, Thomas, iii. 158. 
Harding and Lepard, booksellers, Lon- 
don, v. 95. 
Hardman, Messrs., glass-painters, vi. 

61, 62, 63 ; vii. 14. 
Hardy, , [1486], vii. 119. 
Hardy, Gathorne, first earl Cranbrook, 

vi. 71. 

Hardyng, , embroiderer, [i588],ii.33. 
Hare, Augustus, Story of my Life 

cited, v. 123, 195. 
Harley, Abigail, v. 56. 
Harley, Sir Edward, [1688], iv. 44. 
Harley, Edward, [second earl of Oxford], 

iv. 176. 
Harley, Edward, third earl of Oxford, 

v. 56. 
Harley, Robert, [first earl of Oxford], 

iv. 44. 
Harling, Sir Robert, nephew of Sir 

John Fastolf, i. 4. 
Harman, William, More Hall, Sutton 

Coldfield, Warwickshire, i. no. 



Harper, John, [1653], iv. 73. 
Harpsfield, Nicholas, i. 146; ii. 99. 
Harrar, John, viii. 23. 
Harre, Robert, [1487], i. 98. 
Harrington, Sir John, iii. 155. 
Harris, , keeper of the records in the 

Tower, ii. 41. 

Harris, , Hook Norton, [i8i.f],v. 45. 
Harris, James, London, [1685], iii. 194. 
Harris, John, Exeter Coll., iv. 95. 
Harris, John, [1888], vii. 8. 
Harris, Renatus, organ-builder, v. 4, 

12 II. 

Harris, Robert, president of Trinity 

Coll., iii. 171 ; iv. 60. 
Harrison, , donor, vi. 67. 
Harrison, Robert, [1654], iv. 73. 
Harrison, [Samuel, Magd. Hall ?], iv. 

95- 

Harrison, William, ii. 217. 

Harrys, Philip, [1485-91], vii. 119, 
121, [and his wife]. 

Hart, , Oxford, [1661], iv. 17. 

Hart, William, iii. 170. 

Harvel, or Harwell, Edmund, Venice, 
i. 158, 162, 163. 

Harvey, Francis, iii. 82. 

Harvey, William, vi. 171. 

Harward, Dr., [1485-91], i. 22, 173; 
vii. 119. 

Harwood, E., Oxford, [1661], iv. 18. 

Harys, John, bedell, [1485-6], i. i?4. 

Hasted, Edward, Hist, of Kent cited, 
&c., i. 89 ., 139; iii. 174; iv. 85 . ; 
v. 23. 

Hastings, , lawsuit, [1680], iv. 33. 

Hastings, Henry, third earl of Hunt- 
ingdon, ii. 172 ; iii. 28, 83, in. 

Hastings, John, [1567], iii. 263. 

Hastyngs, Mrs., Oxford, [1661], iv. 15. 

Hatton, Sir Christopher, chanc. of 
Oxford, ii. 177, 178; iii. 93. 

Hatton, Sir William, iii. 94, 98. 

Hause, , [1605], iii. 36. 

Havergal, Francis Tebbs, [not W. H.], 
vi. 62. 

Haviland, John, printer, iii. 100. 

Haward, Watkinson, v. 66. 

Haward, William, Wakefield, v. 65. 

Hawarden, Edward, iv. 158. 

Hawkins, , vicar of Eling, [1532], ii. 9. 

Hawkins, , baker, [1646], iii. 59. 

Hawkins, Richard, iv. 94. 

Hawkins, William, D.D., iv. 27, 93. 

Hawkins, William, bishop Ken's exe- 
cutor, iv. 55. 

Hawks, , Oxford, [1661], iv. 17. 

Hawkyns, , clothier, London, [1486], 
vii. 119. 



54 



INDEX III 



Hawthen, , Oxford, [1598], iii. 33. 

Hay, [Sir] George, dean of the Arches, 
v. 19, 60. 

Hayborne, , [1592], iii. 29. 

Hayden, Charles Frederick, vi. 51. 

Hayes, Edward, ii. 17. 

Hayford, John, [1489], i. 106. 

Ilaynes, Simeon, [1549], ii. 26. 

Hays, James, [1533], ii. n. 

Haywood, , a lawyer, [1715], v. 3. 

Hazewood, , Oxford, [1661], iv. 16. 

Heame, Thomas, i. 137; ii. 214; iii. 
99, 160; iv. 59, 104, 113; Diary 
cited, iv. 54 ., 56, 64 ., 116, 127, 
128, 129 bis, 130, 131, 132, 162 bis, 
164, iC>8, 173 ter, 174 bis, 176 bis, 
177 bis, 183 ter', v. 4 bis, 5, 6, 7, 8, 
53> 55 ter, 62, 69, 70; Reliquiae 
ffod/eianae cited, ii\. 41, 266; Curious 
Discourses cited, iii. 140. 

Heath, James, engraver, v. 96. 

Heath, Nicholas, archbishop of York, 
ii. 60 6is, 69. 

Heather, or Hether, William, Masses in 
four parts, [1554], ii. 29. [If this is 
the Dr. \Villiam Heather who founded 
the Professorship of Music in 1622, 
and died in 1627, he must have lived 
to a great age.] 

Heber, Reginald, father of bishop 
Heber, v. 80. 

Heber, Richard, M.P., v. 143, 163 ; vi. 

3,5- 

Hede, or Hedde, Thomas, ii. 219. 

Hedges, Charles, D.C.L., ii. 214. 

Hele, Felicia, wife of Selby, v. 86, 
87 n. 

Helie, Paul, ii. 222. 

Helme, Christopher, iii. 94 n. 

Hendell, William, iii. 165. 

Henderson, Alexander, iii. 130. 

Henderson, capt. George, vi. 149. 

Heneage, Sir Thomas, iii. 71- 

Hennessy, George Leyden, Novum 
Rcpertorium Eccl. Londin. cited, iii. 
p. vii, 129, 134, 179; iv. 94; v. 
64. 

Henry III, commemorated as founder 
of the Hosp. of St. J. Bapt., i. 14. 

Henry VI, vii. 102. 

Henry VII, ii. 64; iii. 126. 195 ; vii. 
1 06; coronation, i. 15 ; vii. 106 ; at 
Windsor, i. 19 ; visits the College, 
ib.\ at Woodstock, i. 19, 26, 27, 30; 
gives a bear to the College, i. 64; 
commemoration, ib. 31 ; exequies, 
ib. 65 ; his queen Elizabeth enter- 
tained, i. 22 ; commemorated, ib. 31 ; 
gave a holy-water bason to Pres. 



Mayew, vii. 108 ; and a cup, ib. 113 ; 
his mother ; see Tudor. 
Henry VIII, i. 96, 105, in, 132, 142, 
144, 146, 148, 157 quater, 159 bis, 
160 safe, 161, 169 ter; ii. 7, 52, 55, 
56 ; Gairdner's Cal. of Letters and 
Papers of H. VIII cited, i. 122-129, 

132, 133, 142, H4 148, i54 *57 
159 sape, 160-2 safe, 168 sape, 
170 bis. 

Henry IV, of France, iii. 96. 

Henry, " bnkbynder,'' [1530-2], ii. 5, 
6,8. 

Hepworth, Jnlian[a], iii. 127. 

Herbert, Lady , [1879], vi. 93. 

Herbert, Edward, seventh earl of Powis, 
vi. 30. 

Herbert of Cherbury, Edward, lord, 
Life of Hen. VIII cited, i. 164 n. 

Herbert, Henry, second earl of Pem- 
broke, iii. 90, 93, 125 bis. 198, 199. 

Herbert, Philip, fourth earl of Pem- 
broke, iii. 130, 140. 

Herbert, William, third earl of Pem- 
broke, iii. 139. 

Herbert, William, Typograph. Antiq. 
cited, i. 158. 

Herebe, , a lawyer, [1532], ii. 8. 

Herkomer, Sir Hubert von, vii. 100. 

Herne, Arthur, iii. 31. 

Herne, Roger, ii. 27, 45. 

Heritage, Sidney J., i. 158. 

Herschell, Ghetal. daughter of Ridley, 
vii. 35- 

Hert, John, bedell, [1485-6], i. 174 n. 

Hertford, marquess of; see Seymour. 

Herward, Dr. ; see Harward. 

Heton, Martin, bishop of Ely, iii. 86. 

Heurtley, Charles Abel, vi. 85, 152. 

Hewers, Mary, iii. 67. 

Hewett, , Oxford, [1661], iv. 16. 

Hewitt, Miss , Oxford, [1849], ** 
32. 

Hewson, , D.D., [1562], ii. 180. 

Heybonrne, , Oxford, [1661], iv. 15. 

Heyes, or Hayes, . Southampton, 
[1671], iv. 25. 

Heyes, Kol>ert, vii. 102 n. 

Heyward, , Oxford, [1684], iv. 36. 

Heywood, James, M.P., vi. 81. 

llickes, Thomas, D.D., iv. 130. 

Hickes, Thomas, \Varwick, iv. 130. 

Hickman, , [1654], iv. 9. 

Hierotheus of Cephalonia, iv. 5. 

Higdon, Brian, LL.D., i. 35, 53 ; ir. 
179, 180. 

Higges, , M.A., funeral, [1560], ii. 

34- 
H'ggSj Griffin, iii. 156. 



PERSONS INCIDENTALLY MENTIONED AND BOOKS 55 



Hildesley, Mark, bishop of Sodor and 

Man, v. 20. 

Hill and Son, organ-builders, vi. 71. 
Hill, Adam, Salisbury, iii. 93. 
Hill, [Robert?], D D., burial, [1525], 

ii. 5. 

Hill, Susanna, iii. 68. 
Hill, Thomas, New College, [1494], i. 

25- 
Hill, Walter, warden of New College, i. 

13- 
Hilman, or Hillman, John, [1716-36], 

v. 5, 9. 13- 

Hilton, Henry George, vii. 78. 
Hilton, John, v. 177. 
Hilton, \\alter, ii. 143. 
Hine, Lewis, butler of Queen's Coll., 

iv. 104. 
Hingeston-Randolph, Francis C., ii. 

52 . 

Hinton ; see Hynton. 
Hinton, Thomas, [1549], ii. 26. 
Historical MSS. Commission, Reports 

cited, i. 125 ; iii. 7 1 bis, 73, 81, 82, 86, 

87, 88, 146, 148, 150, 169 bis ; iv. 

28, 43, 44, 61, 127 ., 147, 176, 182 ; 

v. 5, 56 ; vi. 74, 192 ; viii. 24. 
Historical Register, of Sun Fire Office, 

cited, iv. 107 ; v. 55. 
Hitchcock, , daughter of " mag." 

Hitchcock, [1662], iv. 19. 
Hitchcock, , [1745], v. 14. 
Hoadly, Benjamin, bishop of Win- 
chester, Visitor, v. 12, 15, 170 bis. 
Hoare, Sir Richard Colt, Hist, of 

Wiltshire cited, iii. 91 ; iv. 93. 
Hoarne, , Oxford, [i66i],iv. 17. 
Hoby, , or Holbee, q.v. 
Hoby, Philip, i. 163. 
Hodges, , Oxford, [1661], iv. 17. 
Hodgkinson, Henry, iv. 184. 
Hogarth, George, vii. 40. 
Hogg, Alexander, v. 72. 
Holbeach, Henry, bishop of Lincoln, ii. 

26. 
Holbech, , vicar of Epping, [1643], 

iv. 71. 

Holbech, Thomas, [1621], ii. 219. 
Holbee, , or Hoby, [1611-17], "' 4 J > 

45- 
Holbrook, , [master of Wainfleet 

School], [1857], vi- 47 5 pensioned, 

[1871], vi.6jr. 

Holdgate, William Wyatt, vii. 18, 33. 
Hole, Sarah, wife of Humphrey Aram, 

v. 86. 
Holem, , M.A., Exeter College, 

[!4 S 5]. 93- 
Holes, LOf-Halse],Thomas,[i5i6] > i. 140. 



Holland, earl of; see Rich. 
Holland, James, artist, vi. 141. 
Hollis, , Winchester, lawyer, [1532], 

ii. 8. 
Holloway, , Oxford, [c. 1661], iv. 

J 5- 
Holloway, [Sir] Richard, serj.-at-law, 

afterwards judge, iii. 58; iv. 16, 17, 

31, 65. 
Holloway, H. T. and H., builders, vii. 

34- 

Holmes, widow, Oxford, [1559], ii. 33. 
Holmes, Barnham, iv. 66, 73. 
Holmes, George, iii. 170. 
Holmes, Robert, D.D., Collations of 

the Septuagint, v. 27, 44. 
Holmes, William, v. 58 . 
Holt, Robert, Bras. College, [1802], v. 

35 and n. 

Holt, Robert, [1878], vi. 84. 
Holyday, Barten, ii. 151 ; iii. 152. 
Holyman, John, bishop of Bristol, ii. 

32. 

Holyoake, Henry, iii. 192. 
Homer, Henry, donor, [1879], vi. 73. 
Honywood, Lady Hester, iv. 74. 
Hood, "doctor" , [^. Will. Wood, 

chaplain to James I?], [1605], "' 

37- 

Hooker, alias Vowell, John, ii. 71. 
Hooker, Richard, ii. 172. 
Hooper, Mrs., Oxford, [1661], iv. 15. 
Hooper, Thomas Poole, v. 35, 154. 
Hope, Frederick William, vii. 98. 
Hope, James Robert, vi. 76. 
Hope, W. St. John, vi. 48 ; vii. 15, 19,. 

28. 
Hopkins, , attorney, [1652-78], iv. 

8, 31- 

Hopper, Thomas, iii. 116. 
Hopton, John, D.D., i. 133 ; ii. 15. 
Horbery, Martin, v. 74. 
Herman, William, dedicates his Vul- 

garia to bishop Atwater, i. 96. 
Horn, Frederick, vi. 88. 
Horn, Thomas, Lisbon, v. 66. 
Home, George, [i665], iv. 23. 
Home, Jo., Oxford, [1661], iv. 17, 19. 

2 5- 

Home, Maria, v. 86, 87 n. 

Home, Mary, widow of William, bene- 
factor, vi. 28. 

Home, Robert, bishop of Winchester, 
ii. p. iv, 35,40, 166, 169, 192, 194; iii. 
265 ; visitation of the College, [1566], 
ii. 36-8 ; viii. 24 ; letters, ii. 39, 41 , 45, 
91 ; second visitation, [1576], iii. 4, 5, 
83 ; letters to Pres. Humphrey and the 
College, ii. 157, 183; iii. 63, 64. 



INDEX III 



Home, Samuel, v. 85. 

Home, Thomas, Trinity College, v. 96, 

103, 105. 

Hornley, John, [1454], i. 3. 
Horseman, William, [1507], i. 63. 
Horsley, Rosamund Brunei, daughter 

of John Calcott, vii. 73. 
Horsley, Samuel, bishop of St. David's, 

v. 87'. 

Hosburne, , [1531], ii. 6. 
How, William, botanist, ii. 214. 
Howard, Agnes, wife of Thomas, ninth 

duke of Norfolk, ii. 208. 
Howard, Charles, earl of Berkshire, iii. 

57, 58- 

Howard, Charles, first earl of Notting- 
ham, iii. 34. 

Howard, Charles, eighteenth duke of 
Norfolk, v. 29 and n. 

Howard, Edward, lord Dacre, second 
earl of Carlisle, [1672], iii. 201. 

Howard, Elizabeth, wife of Thomas, 
tenth duke of Norfolk, ii. 14. 

Howard, Elizabeth, countess of Berk- 
shire, iii. =,8. 

Howard, Mrs. Greville, donor, vi. 70. 

Howard, Henry, son of Charles, vis- 
count Aiidover, his birth and baptism, 
[1644], iii. 57-8. 

Howard, Henry, baron Howard of 
Castle Rising, afterwards duke of 
Norfolk, iv. 25, 26; his sons, Henry 
and Thomas, ib. 26. 

Howard, Henry, earl of Northampton, 
iii. 38. 

Howard, Henry Edward, cardinal, vi. 

93- 

Howard, Henry Frederick, lord Mow- 
bray, afterw. earl of Arundel, iii. 58. 

Howard, John, first duke of Norfolk, 
and his wife Elizabeth, i. 23 ; ii. 14. 

Howard, Luke, Quaker, iv. 85. 

Howard, Thomas, earl of Surrey, after- 
wards second duke of Norfolk, [1483], 
entertained in College, i. 1 2. 

Howard, Thomas, third duke of Norfolk, 
ii. 14. 

Howard, Thomas, fourth duke of Nor- 
folk, [1568], entertained in College, 
ii. 40. 

Howard, Thomas, tenth duke of Nor- 
folk, iv. 156. 

Howe, Richard G. R. P. Curzon-, earl, 
vii. 28. 

Howell, James, ii. 129. 

Howes, , Oxford, [1661], iv. 15. 

Howes, John, Banbury, [1639], > I 7 I - 

Howes, John, Fordingbridge, [r. 1780- 
90], v. 161. 



Howley, William, archbishop of Canter- 
bury, letter to Pres. Routh, vi. 90. 
Howson, Francis, v. 69. 
Hubbard, William Egerton, vi. 13, 40, 

49- 

Hubbert, , [1650], iv. 7. 
Huddesford, George, v. 105. 
Hudson, , Oxford, [1661], iv. 17 bis. 
Hudson, John, Univ. Coll., afterw. 

princ. of St. Mary Hall, iv. 159. 
Hughes, Miss , grant to her Industrial 

School in Oxford, vi. 46. 
Hughes, Dr. Owen, [1674], iv. 63 
Hugo, , All Souls Coll. [c. 1480], i. 

173- 

Hulbert, , a lawyer, [1728], v. 10. 
Hullah, John, vi. 99. 
Hume, David, v. 122. 
Hunt, Amy, daughter of Rowland, vii. 

43- 

Hunt, John, [1528], i. 154; ii. 194. 
Hunter, John, viii. 109, in. 
Hunter, Joseph, South Yorkshire cited, 

i. 84 ; iii. 148. 
Hunter, Leslie, vii. 95. 
Huntingdon, earl of; see Hastings. 
Huntley, , Oxford, [1674], iv. 27. 
Hurst, Herbert, Oxford Topography 

cited, v. 123. 
Hurt, Catharine Maria, daughter of 

Frank, vii. 47. 
Huss, John, i. 166. 
Hussey, , [1508], i. 65. 
Hussey, , [1651], iv. 8. 
Hutchins, John, Hist, of Dorset cited, 

i. 94; iii. 92 ., 178, 193 n. 
Hutchinson, , citizen of London, 

[1649], iv - 5- 
Hutchinson, Mrs. , at Rome, [1879], 

vi. 93. 

Hutchinson, George Adrian, v. 160. 
Hutchinson, Hely, v. 104. 
Hutchinson, J., librarian of the Middle 

Temple, iii. 91 n., 100. 
Hutton, George, vi. 140. 
Hutton, Henry, v. 163. 
Hutton, William Holden, vii. 116. 
Hyde, Anne, duchess of York, Epicedia 

in obitum ejus, iv. 118 ter, 123, 125. 
Hyde, Henry, father of the first earl of 

Clarendon, letter to him, iv. 179; 

his son Henry, at Exeter College, 

ib. 
Hyde, Henry, fourth earl of Clarendon, 

v. 10. 

Hyde, Margaret, death, [1723], iv. 162. 
Hyde, Samuel, vi. 13. 
Hynege, John, ii. 87. 
Hynton, Giles, [1531], ii. 6. 



PERSONS INCIDENTALLY MENTIONED AND BOOKS 57 



Ilbery, , [1596], iii. 32. 

Illingworth, Mrs. , Longworth, Berk- 
shire, iii. 182 n. 

Illustrated London JVeu'S, newspaper, 
cited, vi. 166. 

Imings, , Oxford, [1661], iv. 16. 

Ingledew, John, his benefaction, i. p. vi, 

3. 4- 

Ingledew, Thomas, ii. 204. 
Inglis, Sir Robert, v. 139. 
Ingram, James, president of Trinity 

College, vi. 83. 
Ingram, Peter, iii. 182. 
Innocent VIII, Pope, ii. 64 ; iii. 195 

bis, 196 ; vi. 74. 
Ironside, Gilbert, warden of Wadham 

College, iv. 136, 150. 
Irving, Edward, v. 91. 
Isaac, Mrs., Oxford, [1661], iv. 17; 

funeral of " Isaac", [1679], 32. 
Isaac, Elizabeth, widow, [1703], iv. 

125. 

Isaiah, Paul, a Jew, [1656], iv. ir. 
Ivatt, Miss , [1772], v. 99. 
Ives, Anthony, ii. 154. 
Ives, Jeremiah, iv. 85. 
Izacke, Richard, Hist, of Exeter cited, 

ii. 65. 
Izard, Edward, [1661], iv. 18 bis. 



Jackson, , widow, Sandbach, [1721], 

iv. 105. 

Jackson, , builder (?) [1656], iv. 59. 
Jackson, Ann, widow of Chr. 

Willoughby, v. 58. 
Jackson, Gertrude, daughter of Mason , 

vii. 88. 

Jackson, Gilbert, v. 76. 
Jackson, Sir John, iii. 148. 
Jackson, Robert, Westmorland, vii. 87. 
Jackson, Thomas, [1658], iv. 73. 
Jackson, Sir Thomas Graham, vii. 31. 
Jackson, Thomas W., ii. 182 n. 
Jackson, W. H. M., v. 77 . 
James I, i. 84; ii. 179, 181 n. ; iii. 

35 4> 4*. 43. 45. 4 6 > 47 &", 99 "S 
129, 148; visits the College, [1605], 
iii. 36-9, mandate for election of 
Pres. Harding, iii. 73. 
James II, iii. 185 ; iv. p. v, loo, 122, 
T 36, 138 ter, i^os&pe, 142, 147 scepe, 
148, 149 ., 161 ; vii. 116, 117; visit 
to the College of the D. and Duchess 
of York, [1683], iv. 34, 109;; at 
Oxford, [1687], to. 39; observance of 



his birthday, coronation, &c., ib. 

37> S^, 39. 43 J mandates for, and to, 

B. Giffard as President, ib. 44, 45 ; 

his queen, Mary of Modena, iv. 44, 

48 ; his son, James Edward, iv. 1 44, 

v. 5. 

James, , [1683], iv. 34. 
James, [Francis], son of Dr. Thomas 

James, iv. n. 
James, John, Letters of R. Ratdiffe and 

J. James cited, v. 14 n. 
James, Thomas, Bodleian librarian, iii. 

43, 161 ; Corruption of Scripture 

cited, iii. 265. 
Jaxon, , vicar of East Bridgefurd, 

died in 1587, ii. 126. 
Jay, Henry, goldsmith, [1698], iii. 260. 
Jay, William, ii. 202. 
Jeffes, , bell-hanger, [1629], iii. 55; 

iv. 3. 

Jeffes, , wheel-wright, [1641], iii. 55. 
Jeffrys, , surgeon, [1669], iv. 24. 
Jenkins, , [c. 1658], iii. 161. 
Jenkinson, Charles, [first earl of Liver- 
pool], v. 19. 
Jenkinson, Robert Banks, second earl 

of Liverpool, v. 138 . 
Jerningham. , [c. 1510], i. 143. 
Jerome, William, i. 169. 
Jervoise, Thomas, v. 84 n. 
Jesson, William, Langley, Warw., iv. 

105, 106 ; v. 10; his sons, William 

and Pudsey, iv. 106. 
Jevons, Herman, ii. 142. 
Jewell, John, bishop of Salisbury, ii. 53 ; 

iii. 264 ; some of his books bought 

for the library, ii. 43-4.* 
Johnson, , Oxford, [1643], iii. 57. 
Johnson, , a Scot, [1662], iv. 19. 
Johnson, , a smith, [1728], v. 7. 
Johnson, Gilbert, iii. 169. 
Johnson, Henry William Robinson 

Luttman-, v. 146. 
Johnson, Manuel John, vi. 131. 
Johnson, Samuel, v. 75, 97 ; Life cited, 

v. 87 ., 96, 105. 

Johnson, William, Petworth, v. 144. 
Johnston, John Octavius, vii. 94. 
Johnston, Nathaniel, King's Visitatorial 
Power asserted cited, iii. 172 n., 267 ; 
iv. 43- 

Joliffe, Edith, iv. 94. 
Jolly, Alexander, bishop of Moray, v. 

126; vi. 47. 

Jones, , Oxford, [1641-61], iv. 1 6, 17, 
(19?). 



* An additional volume to th'ose there named is a commentary upon the 
book of Joshua by L. Lavater, Zurich, 1565. 



INDEX III 



Jones, , M. B. , rector of Exeter College, 

death, [1560], iv. 16. 
Jones, Lady, , Oxford, [1661], iv. 16. 
Jones, Edith Marsley, daughter of John 

Skinner, vii. 78. 

Jones, Fa., \_qu. Francis?], iv. no. 
Jones, Henry, [Magd. Hall ?], iv. 95. 
Jones, Inigo, vi. 22. 
Jones, Roger, notary, Oxford, and his 

wife, iii. p. x, 127. 
Jones, Sir Thomas, M.P., iv. 91. 
Jones, William, of Nay land, ii. 21 7 bis, 

v. 86, 88 andn. Life of Home cited, 

88 bis, 90, 93, 95. 
Jones, Will. Hen., Fasti Eccl. Sarisb. 

cited, i. 87, 100; iii. 129, 188. 
Jonson, , a lawyer, [1532], ii. 8. 
Jonson, Robert, i. 68. 
Jordan, Dorothea, v. 46. 
Jordan, John, Hist, of Enstone cited, 

iv. 55- 

Joseph, Eleanor Theodora, daughter of 
Alexander, vii. 49. 

Jonrdan, Mary, Witney, iv. 57. 

Journals of House of Commons cited, 
iv. 71. 

Journals of House of Commons of Ire- 
land cited, iv. 1 66 n. 

Journals of House of Lords cited, iii. 
170; iv. 182. 

Journal of Soc. Antiq. of Ireland cited, 
v. 150*. 

Jowett, Benjamin, vi. 122. 

Joyner, , painter, Oxford, [1561], ii. 

34- 

Joyner, Daniel, iii. 169. 

Joynes, James Leigh, v. 147. 

Judge, Thomas, v. 160. 

Julian, John, Diet, of Hymnology cited, 
vi. 137, 161. 

Julius II, Pope, vii. 106. 

Juxon, William, archbishop of Canter- 
bury, iii. 176. 

Karver, John, carpenter, [1532], ii. 7, 

12. 
Katharine of Arragon, Queen Consort 

of Henry VIII, i. 66. 
Kaye, John, bishop of Lincoln, vi. 129. 
Kaye, Sarah, daughter of John, v. 161. 
Kearney, John, LL.D., letter to Dr. 

Rawlinson, iv. 166-7. 
Keate, Emma, daughter of Dr. John, 

vi. 84. 
Keates, , a gardener, [1683], iv. 34, 

35- 

Keble, John, i. p. iv . ; vi. 1 1 1 . 
Keens, , jun., a Jesuit, [1687], iv. 

153- 



Kelly, Sir Fitzroy, vi. 100. 

Kemener, Frederic, Steinfurt, ii. 181, 

193; iii. 87. 
Kempe, John, archbishop of York, vii. 

102 n. 

Kempis, Thomas a, ii. 159. 
Ken, Thomas, bishop of Bath and 

Wells, iv. 55 ; vi. 99. 
Kendal, George, D.D., iv. 73. 
Kennet, Brackley Charles, vi. 6. 
Kennet, White, bishop of Peterborough, 

Register cited, iii. 167 ; iv. 76. 
Kenyon, John Robert, vii. 42. 
Kerslake, Thomas, iii. 148, 149 n. 
Kelt, , builder, Cambridge, vii. 21. 
Kettell, Ralph, iii. 119. 
Keylway, William, iii. 92. 
Keys, Thomas, [1696], iv. 147. 
Kidder, Richard, bishop of Bath and 

Wells, iv. 54 n. 
Kimber, Edward, Baronetage cited, i. 

149. 
King, , fellow of New College, i. 

116. 
King, Edward, [aftenvards bishop of 

Lincoln], vii. 6. 
King, Henry, bishop of Chichester and 

London, iv. 66, 187. 
King, John, bishop of London, iii. 

"5- 
King, John, Ch. Ch., [1648-52], iv. 

66. 

King, John, dean of Tuam, iv. 5. 
King, Robert, bishop of Thame [and of 

Oxford], ii. 30. 
Kingsmill, Andrew, ii. 100. 
Kingsmill George, ii. 194; iii. 31. 
Kingsmill, J., ii. 194. 
Kingsmill, John, judge C. P., Counsel 

for the College, i. 20 ; created a 

Sergeant, ib. 26. 
Kippax, , minister of Padiham, Lane., 

iv. 40 bis. 

Kirtland, William, vi. 19. 
Kitchin, George William, dean of Win- 
chester, and afterwards of Durham, 

35- 

Knapp, Primatt, vii. 83. 
Kneller, Sir Godfrey, iv. 169. 
Knesall, Richard de, ii. 212. 
Knibb, Dr. George, v. n. 
Knight, Ellis, bell-founder, Reading, 

iii. 55 ; iv. 3, 185. 
Knight, Ethel Adela, daughter of E., 

Chawton, vi. 177. 
Knight, James, artist, v. 141 . ; vi. 

36. 

Knight, Rachel, iv. 62. 
Knight, Thomas, iii. too. 



PERSONS INCIDENTALLY MENTIONED AND BOOKS 59 



Knightly, , a lawyer, [1532], ii. 8. 
Knolles, Sir Francis, [1553], ii. 120. 
Knollys, William, vise. Wallingford 

and earl of Banbury, iii. 1 24. 
Knowles, Henry, iii. 31. 
Knox, John, ii. 53. 
Knox, Vicesimus, v. 76. 

Ladbroke, Robert, iii. 116. 

Ladd, William, Dartford, legacy, 

[i5 4], i- 34- 
Laing, Maud Talbot, daughter of Sir 

James, vii. 75. 
Lake, Arthur, iii. 79. 
Lake, Kirsopp, vii. 22, 29. 
Lake, Sir Thomas, iii. 79. 
Lambard ; see Lombard. 
Lambarte, Thomas, ii. 219. 
Lambert, Charles, v. 109. 
Lambert, Elizabeth and William, iii. 

66. 

Lambert, J., Bath, vi. 132. 
Lancaster, Elias, iii. 63. 
Lancaster, Sir James, iii. 167. 
Landon, James, vi. 146. 
Lane, , Oxford, [1661], iv. 15. 
Lang, John Marshall, vii. 65. 
Langdale, Henry Bickersteth, lord, i. 

p. viii. 

Langhorn, Mary, iii. 177. 
Langley, John, Gloucester, iv. 74- 
Langley, [Timothy?], bedell, [1653-5], 

iv. 9 ter. 

Langrishe family, ii. 48 n. 
Langton, , a London lawyer, [1627], 

iii. 49, 59. 

Langton, , "mag.", [1667], iv. 23. 
Langton, , [1715], v. 4. 
Langton, John, iii. 112. 
Langton, widow, Mary, \gu. widow of 

Pres. Langton?], iii. 149; burial, 

[1647], iii. 59. 

Langton, Thomas, bishop of Win- 
chester, Visitor; entertained, i. 12; 

decree about elections, iii. 7. 
Lanham, , [1609], iii. 41. 
Laniere, Nicholas, v. 177. 
Lanter, Giacomo, presentation copy of 

his Italian treatise on fortifications, 

[ T 539l. 22 - 
Lapworth, Mrs., Oxford, [1661], iv. 

16. 

Lardner, Thomas, vi. 82. 
Lates, David Francis, v. 18. 
Latimer, , [1606], iii. 39. 
Latimer, Hugh, bishop of Worcester, i. 

146, 147, 168 bis; ii. 59. 
Latterbury, John, Commentary on 

Lament., i. 13. 



Laud, William, archbishop of Canter- 
bury, iii. 133, 139, 156 bis; iv. 81, 

188. 

Law, William John, vi. 112 n. 
Lawrence, Sir Thomas, vi. 114; his 

sister and niece, ib. 
Lawson, Sir Edward, lord Burnham, vi. 

161 n. 
Lawson, John Parker, Hist, of Scottish 

Episc. Church cited, v. 39 n. 
Layton, Dr. Richard, ii. 14, 86. 
Lazerius, - , ord. Jesu, Miscellanea 

cited, ii. 99. 

Lea, Sir Richard, [see Lee], iv. u. 
Leach, Arthur Francis, vii. 28. 
Ledar, John, ii. p. x. 
Ledger, S. A., v. 160. 
Lee, Edward, North Aston, Oxon., ii. 

67. 

Lee, Francis, iv. 93. 
Lee, Sir Henry, [1591], iii. 28. 
Lee, George Henry, third earl of Lich- 

field, v. 19. 

Lee, Sir James, iii. 266. 
Lee, Ralph, ii. 120. 
Lee, Richard, herald, [see Lea], iii. 3. 
Lee, Sidney, iii. 140. 
Lee, Thomas, iii. 170. 
Lees, Thomas, [1538], ii. 18. 
Le Fleming, S. H., iv. 127. 
Legh, W. J., donor, [1879], vi. 74. 
Leicester, earl of; see Dudley. 
Leigh, Austen, Life of Jane Austen 

cited, v. 131. 
Leigh, Edward, iv. 73. 
Le Keux, John, engraver, ii. 73. 
Le Neve, John, Fasti Eccl. Anglic, cited, 

i. 85, 101 ; iii. 126, 179 ; iv. 102. 
Lennock, Miss L. G., letter to Dr. 

Bloxam cited, vi. 87. 
Lental, , [1519], i. 71. 
Lenthall, Edmund Kyffin, vii. 54 
Leo X, Pope, i. 96. 
Leonard, Thomas, iv. 62. 
Leopold, Prince, duke of Albany, vi. 

68, no; vii. 4. 
Le Roy, , French refugee, [1684-5], 

iv. 35, 36. 

Le Roy, Louis, [1594], Hi. 98. 
Lesley, David, iii. 130. 
Leslie, Caroline Anne, daughter of 

Charles Robert, vii. 46. 
Leslie, Charles, iv. 172. 
L'Estrange, Sir Roger, iv. 34. 
Levi, Philip, iv. 54, 55. 
Levinz, Mary, iv. 162. 
Levinz, William, v. 10. 
Lewis, Frederick Christian, engraver, 

vi. 114. 



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INDEX III 



Lewyn, Sir Justinian, iv. 62. 
Leybourne, or Leighbourne, William, 

i v - 37- 

Leyburn, John, R.C. bishop, vii. 116- 
Lichfield, earl of; see Lee. 
Lichfield, Anne, widow of Leonard, iii. 

191. 

Lichfield, John, printer, iii. 167 bis. 
Lichfield, Leonard, printer, iii. 167, 

191 n. ; iv. 32, 38. 
Ligntfoot, John, iii. 148. 
Lily, The, Magdalen College School 

Magazine cited, vi. 105, 160, 175, 

191. 

Lily, George, i 163. 
Lind, Jenny, vi. 31. 
Lindsay, Patrick, bishop of Glasgow, 

iii. 130. 

Lingard, John, v. 171. 
Lipscombe, George, Hist, of Bucking- 
hamshire cited, iii. 133, 145, 170. 
Lisle, lord ; see Sidney. 
Lisle, Arthur, viscount, i. 170. 
Littlebury, , bookseller, Oxford, ir. 

27. 33- 

Liverpool, earl of; see Jenkinson. 
Lloyd, Mary Lucy, daughter of John 

Joseph, vi. 158. 

Loach, , a College bailiff, [i7is],v. 5. 
Lock, Henry, Dorchester, vi. 178. 
Locksmith, , [1641], iii. 55. 
Loftes, Thomas, viii. 23. 
Loft us, Frances, iii. 127. 
Loftus, Geoffrey, iii. 128. 
Loftns, George, bookseller, London, iii. 

127. 
Loftus, Richard, painter, London, iii. 

127. 
Loggan, David, Ichnographia Canta- 

brig., iv. 50 ; Oxonia illustrata, v. 12. 
London, John, warden of New College, 

i. 115, 133, 166 bis ; ii. 18. 
London Daily Post, [1742], cited, iv. 

166. 

Long, Christopher, Pontefract, iv. 114. 
Longe, Henry, ii. 213. 
Lopis, Hieron., i. 160, 162. 
Louder, , [1618], iii. 46. 
Love, Edward, Aynho, [1594], iii. 30 ; 

Elizabeth, his daughter, [1550-72], 

ii. 72 bis. 

Loveday, , Brackley, [1712], iv. 56. 
Lovell, Francis, lord, i. 13, 94, 127 ; 

entertained, i. 12; Anne, lady 

Lovell, i. 92, 94 ; [Lord Lovell sold 

the hospital at Brackley to the 

College in 1484]. 

Lowe, Robert, Bingham, vi. 117, 128. 
Lowe, William, [1658], iv. 90. 



Lowndes, William Thomas, Biblio- 
graphers 1 Manual cited, ii. 129. 

Lowth, Robert, bishop of Oxford, and 
of London, v. 102. 

Lukis, William Ceilings, Church Bells 
cited, iv. 185. 

Lumbard, or Lambard, William, bene- 
faction and will, i. 13, 14; iii. 32 ; 
vii. 119. 

Lumley, John, sixth lord, ii. 164. 

Lupset, Thomas, i. 70, 156, 159. 

Lupton, Roger, LL.D., gave books to 
the library, [1484], i. 13 ; visited the 
College, [1525], ii. 4. 

Luther, Martin, i. 105, 166. 

Luttman- Johnson ; see Johnson, H. W. 

Lycurgus, Alexander, archbishop of 
Syros, entertained, [1870], vi. 65. 

Lydall, John, and Zouch, his sister, iv. 
174. 

Lylly, John, illuminator, i. 16. 

Lynch, " Linche ", , \$u. Gervase, of 
Corp. Chr. ColL ?], [c. 1530],!. 167 n. 

Lyon, David, vi. 81. 

Lysons, Daniel, Environs of London 
cited, v. 1 08. 

Lyster, , a lawyer, [1532], ii. 8. 

Lyte, Dorothy, iii. 92. 

Lyte, Henry, iv. 97. 

Lytill, Stephen, ii. 16. 



Macaulay, Thomas Babington, lord, iv. 

I37 147- 

Macbride, Miss , donor, [1872], vi. 68. 
Macclesfield, earl of ; see Parker. 
Macdonald, Frederick William, v. 74 n. 
Mace, Barbara, iii. 68. 
Macfarlane, Edward Mactier, vi. 49, 55. 
Machado, Roger, Clarencieux, i. 96. 
Machell, Charles, i. 64. 
Mackarness, John Fielder, bishop of 

Oxford, vi. 74 ; vii. 6, 58. 
Macke, John, viii. 23. 
Mackenzie, Frederick, artist, vi. 6, 141. 
Macklin, Mrs. , [1797], v. in. 
Mackworth, Jessie Philippa, daughter 

of Herbert, vi. 141. 
Macleane, Douglas, Hist, of Pembroke 

Coll. cited, iii. 157. 
Macleane, Flora Sophia, daughter of 

A. J., vi. 165. 
Macpherson, Helen, daughter of John 

A., vi. 170. 
] Macpherson, James, Orig. Papers cited, 

iv. 147. 

! Macray, John, vii. 53. 
Macready, William Charles, Reminis- 
cences cited, v. 1 35. 



PERSONS INCIDENTALLY MENTIONED AND BOOKS 6l 



Madan, Falconer, iii. 45 n. ; iv. 172 ; 

v. 1 1 ; Early Oxford Press cited, iii. 

105, 167 ; Summary Catal. of Bodl. 

MSS. cited, iv. 113. 
Haddocks, , a lawyer, [1791], v. 29. 
Maddox, Ralph, ii. 27. 
Maddox, William, his will, [1557], Hi. 

27. 
Magdeburg Centuriators 1 Eccl. Hist., 

ii- 35. 45- 
Magrath, John Richard, provost of 

Queen's Coll., iv. 127 n., 170. 
Maidstone; see Finch- Hatton, G. J. 
Majendie, Henry William, bishop of 

Chester and of Bangor, v. 84 n., 167. 
Maiden, Arthur R., Salisbury, i. 154. 
Malleson, Rachel Emily, daughter of 

F. R., vii. 80. 

Maltravers, lord : see Fitz-Alan. 
Malvezzi, Virgilio, iii. 100. 
Manchester, earl of; see Montagu. 
Maning, Elizabeth Yates Jane, daughter 

of Parsons James, vii. 25 n. 
Manley, John Job, vii. 8, 23. 
Manners, Francis, sixth earl of Rutland, 

iii. 47. 
Manners, Henry, or Edward, third or 

fourth earl of Rutland, ii. 214. 
Manning, Henry Edward, cardinal, vi. 

93, 129- 
Manning, Owen, Hist, of Surrey cited, 

iii. 175. 

Mansell, Richard, ii. 127. 
Mant, Alicia Catherine, daughter of 

bishop Richard, vi. 86. 
Marbeck, John, ii. 52, 53, 142. 
Marbury, Francis, iii. 94 and n. 
Marcham, Nicholas, ii. 7. 
Marchant, [Merchant ?], Robert, death, 

[1801], v. 34. 

Marconi, Gnglielmo, vii. 23. 
Marine Society, v. 23. 
Mariner, , [1786], v. a?. 
Marmyon, John, ii. 41 ; iii. 265. 
Marriatt, Richard, iii. 191. 
Marshall, Edward, v. 115, 116 ., 131 ; 

Account of Iffley cited, v. 73. 
Marshall, Richard, i. 170. 
Marshall, Robert, iii. 173. 
Marshall, Thomas, abbot of St. Wer- 

burgh's, Chester, i. 170. 
Marshall, William, iii. 100. 
Marshall-Hacker, Edward, v. 131. 
Marth, William, iv. 16. 
Martin V, Pope, i. 88. 
Martin, , [1646], iii. 58. 
Martin,, [1754], v. 17. 
Martin, A. Patchett, Life of Vise. 

Sherbrooke, vi. 118, 123. 



Martin, John, archdeacon of Salop, i. 

101. 

Martin, Margaret, ii. 87. 
Martin, Richard, baker, Oxford, iv. 15. 
Martin Marprelate, ii. 125, 127, 176, 

177 bis. 

Martyn, Henry, [1516], vii. in bis. 
Martyn, or Marten, Sir Henry, iii. 79. 
Martyn, Sir William, ii. pp. ix, x, xi. 
Martyr, Peter, i. 146 ; ii. 44, 57, 89. 
Mary I, Q., i. in, 112, 122, 146, 170; 

ii. 6, 49, 58, 70 bis, 91; vii. 115; 

proclaimed, ii. 28. 
Mary II, Q., iv. 44, 125. 
Mary, Queen of Scotland, ii. 95. 
Mary of Modena, Q. of James II, q. v. 
Mary of Orange, Princess, iv. 103 n., 

no. 

Maryott, , [1486], vii. 119. 
Mason, , "dom.", [1495], i- 26. 
Mason, Arthur James, Mission of St. 

Augustine, vi. 188. 
Mason, John, [1534], i. 162, 163. 
Mason, Richard, Brasenose College, 

[1608], iii. 40. 
Mason, Thomas, keeper of Guildhall 

library, London, [1468], i. 103. 
Mason, William, \_qu. Will. Orcheyard, 

the College architect?], i. 13; vii. 

1 1 8, 120. 
Massey, John, dean of Ch. Ch., iv. 44, 

1 60. 

Masters, Joseph, publisher, vi. 160. 
Masters, Maxwell, v. 159. 
Materdale, John, citizen of London, i. 

116, 117. 
Mather, Misses, Headington, [1789], v. 

28. 

Matolesi, P. B., v. 12. 
"MatrefTac" (? Maltravers), lord ; see 

Fitz-Alan. 
Matthew, Tobias, bishop of Durham, 

ii. 159 bis. 

Matthews, Charles, ii. 73. 
Maunsell, Andrew, ii. 126, 139. 
Maurice, Peter, D.D., vi. 89. 
Mawer, Charlotte Amelia, daughter of 

John William, vii. 61. 
Maximilian, archduke, of Austria, visits 

the College, [1818], v. 49. 
Maxwell, David Ardill, iv. 120 n. 
May, William, D.D., ii. 53. 
Mayew, Nicholas, [1480-6], i. 5, 22; 

vii. 119, 120. 
Mayew, Thomas, and his wife, [1486- 

90], i. 22 ; vii. 119, 120. 
Mayne, Richard, Exeter, iv. 90. 
Mayo, Charles Herbert, v. 134 . 
Mayson, W. ; see Mason. 



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INDEX III 



Mead, capt. Joseph, v. 130. 

Mead, Matthew, iv. 65. 

Meades, , [1618], iii. 116. 

Meare, or Meeres, John, princ. of 

Brasenose College, iv. 41. 
Meddens, John, iv. 151. 
Medhoppe, Jane, Margery, and Henry 

(father and son), iii. 154, 155 Ins. 
Medhoppe, Mary (two of the name], 

iii. 155. 
Medicis, Cosmo de, duke of Tuscany, 

iv. no. 

Meeres, or Meare, q. v. 
Meeres, , shoemaker, Oxford, [1661], 

iv. 17. 

Meetkerke, Adolphus, v. 66. 
Melancthon, Philip, i. 166. 
Melville, Caroline, daughter of hon. 

A. Leslie, vi. 87. 

Mendelssohn Bartholdy, Felix, vii. 53. 
Mercer, Josias, iii. 98. 
Merchant, , Standlake, [1771], v. 21. 
Merchant, Jane, iv. 175. 
Merrick, William, chanc. of Bangor, 

ii. 165. 

Merrill, Zachary, iv. 90. 
Merry, Katharine, daughter of William 

Walter, vii. 46. 
Merstone, John, i. 14. 
Messenger, Mary, v. 81. 
Metcalfe, John, Thornthwaite, v. no. 
Methuen, Paul, iii. 234. 
Metyler, , " extraneus " [1676], iv. 

29. 
Mew, or Mews, Peter, bishop of 

Winchester, Visitor, iv. 95, no, in, 

129, 131, 133 bis; v. 84 . ; letter to 

the College, [1690], iv. 49. 
Meynell, or Maynell, Roger, his wife 

and daughter, and John, legacies to 

them, i. 108. 
Michael, Grand Duke, of Russia, visits 

the College, [1818], v. 49. 
Michell, Richard, vi. 1 1 7 n. 
Michell, Robert, and Sarah, iii. 127. 
Middleton, , bookbinder, [1601], 

iii- 35- 

Miers, Francis Charles, vii. 67. 
Miles, Alfred Henry, Poets and Poetry 

of the Century, vi. 169, 191. 
Mill, John, D.D., iv. 168 ; Test. Gr., iv. 

55- 

Millar, ,[1756], v. 17. 

Miller, , Oxford, [1661], iv. 17. 

Miller, , servant to Sir Rich. Shuttle- 
worth, [1687], iv. 42. 

Miller, Richard, iii. 31. 

Miller (?), Thomas, Oxford [1661], iv. 
16. 



Millington, Gilbert, iii. 180. 

Milner, John, and Jane, his daughter, 

iv. 174. 
[Milner, John, iii. 86; error for James 

Bentham.] 

Milton, John, [1486], vii. 119. 
Milverton, John, Carmelite, i. 87. 
Milward, Henry, stationer, ii. 190; iii. 

61. 

Milward, John, iv. 51. 
Minn, , [1721], v. 7. 
Minsheu, John, his Guide into Tongues, 

iii- 47,49. "7- 
Mitford, Mary Russell, The Foster 

Mother cited, v. 116. 
Mockler, , Wotton-under-Edge, v. 53. 
Moller, John, Cimbria literata cited, 

iv. 79. 

Molyneux, Sir Edmund, i. 150. 
Molyneux, Sir Thomas, i. 149. 
Mompesson, , [1662], iii. 188 n. 
Monck, George, duke of Albemarle, 

Epicedia in obitum, iv. 117, 118 bis, 

121. 

Monk, William Henry, vi. 160. 
Monson, [Sir] Richard, ii. 26. 
Monson, Sir William, iii. 36. 
Montagu, Edward, earl of Manchester, 

iii. 173. 

Montague, Ann, widow, iii. 31. 
Moor, , [1647], iii' [ 8o- 
Moore, Daniel, Camberwell, vii. 47. 
Moore, George, vii. 91. 
Moore, John, bishop of Norwich, iv. 

102. 
Moore, John, archbishop of Canterbury, 

v. 87. 

Moore, John Walter, vi. 180. 
Moore, Mabel, daughter of Charles 

Clifton, vii. 91. 
Moore, Mary, daughter of James, 

Chilcompton, v. 99. 
Moorsom, Joseph Robertson, v. p. vii. 
Morant, Philip, Hist, of Essex cited, 

iii. 165. 
Mordaunt, John, earl of Peterborough, 

iii. 57. 

More, Hannah, v. 89. 
More, or Mare, John, stationer, Oxford, 

[i455-7]> 2I 3 bis. 
More, John, Essex, [1497], ii. pp. ix-xi. 
Morebread, Christopher, and his son 

Thomas, iii. 68. 
Morebread, Richard, and his son 

Richard, iii. 68. 
Moreri, L., Diet. Hist., iv. 34. 
Mores, John, [1532], ii. 8. 
Morgan, Henry, D.C.L., ii. 6. 
Morice, Ralph, ii. 51, 52 bis. 



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Morisin, Charles, ii. 142. 

Morison, Robert, Plantarum Hist., iv. 

33- 

Morley, George, bishop of Winchester, 
Visitor, iv. 12, 19, 21 ter, 26, 28, 
2 9> 34, 35, 43 ter, 47, 65, 83 bis, 86, 
102, 115 ; injunctions, [1664-5], i y - 
21-2; [1676], iv. 30; v. 20; order 
respecting an Ingledew fellow, [1683], 
iv. 99 ; vi. 147 ; letters as Visitor, 
iii. 164, 193; iv. 24, 27, 49, 65, in, 
121, 133. 

Morrell, Baker, vi. 45, 86. 

Mors, [William?], glazier, [1510], i. 
66. 

Morton, Elizabeth, iii. 151. 

Morton, John, archbishop of Canterbury, 
ii. pp. ix, x, xi ; gifts to him, i. 
16, 28 ; congratulated by the College 
on appointment as archbishop, i. 
20. 

Morton, Robert, Master of the Rolls, 
i. 7 bis grant to him for converts 
from Judaism, i. 8. 

Morton, Thomas, bishop of Durham, 
iii. 148. 

Mortymer, Edward, vii. 121. 

Morwin, John, ii. 130. 

Moryson, Richard, i. 163. 

Moseley, Humphrey, iii. 100. 

Mott, , [1838], vi. 12. 

Moulder, Humphrey, iv. 89. 

Mountague, Sir Edward, ii. 26. 

Mountague, James, bishop of Winches- 
ter, Visitor, iii. 139; entertained 
[1617], iii. 46. 

Mozley, Henry, vi. 137. 

Mozley, Thomas, Reminiscences cited, 
v. 119, 120, 154. 

Multon, Henry, [1483-7], i. 19; vii. 
118. 

Mulvany, John, vii. 59. 

Munday, , [1758], v. 18. 

Mundy, , curate of Basingstoke, 
[1649], i y - 5- (.-Not mentioned in 
Baigenfs and Millarcfs Hist, of 
Basingstoke.') 

Munk, William, M.D., Roll of Coll. of 
Phys. cited, iii. 143; iv. 57, 160. 

Muretus, Marcus Antonius, ii. 99. 

Murray, John, v. 72 n. 

Muscrop, , Oxford, [1661], iv. 15. 

Muselli, , Hebrew teacher, v. 21. 

Musgrave, Sir William, Obituary cited, 
iv. 167 n. 

Musters, Charles, vi. 13. 

Mychegude, , bedell, [1485-94], i. 
174 .; vii. 1 20. 

Mylys, , a carpenter, [1490], vii. 121. 



Myng, , a carpenter, [1670], iv. 25. 
Myres, William Miles, vii. 61. 

Nairne, David, iv. 147. 

Napier, Henry Alfred, Hist, of Sivy n- 

combe cited, iii. 124. 
Napier, Herbert Charles, v. 160. 
Nares, Edward, v. 147. 
Nash, Nicholas, [1486], vii. 119. 
National Society for Education of the 

Poor, [1811-16], v. 43,48; [1840], 

vi. 15, 24. 

Naucle, Gabriel, iv. 82. 
Neale, Erskine, v. 165. 
Neibour, Mrs., Oxford, [1661], iv. 14. 
Neighbour, George, ii. p. viii ; viii. 23. 
Nele, "magister" [i. 7 ?], donor to- 
wards building the Tower, i. 26. 
Nelson, Richard, v. 165. 
Nevill, Anne, countess of Warwick, i. 19. 
Neville, , Oratorian, vi. 106 n. 
Neville, Lady Dorothy, Reminiscences 

cited, vi. 121. 

Neville, George, bishop of Exeter, i. 36. 
Neville, Sir Henry, iii. 88, 106. 
Nevinson, Christopher, ii. 26. 
New, Edmund H., vii. 29. 
Newbrygge, Richard, i. n. 
Newby, Charles, v. 53. 
Newcomen, Christopher, iii. 173. 
Newcourt, Richard, Repertorium 

Londinense cited, i. 113. 
Newdigate, Sir Roger, v. 19. 
Newell, , [1707], iv. 55. 
Newman, , saddler, Oxford, [1661], 

iv. 1 6. 

Newman, , Oxford, [1770], v. 21. 
Newman, John Henry, cardinal, i. 

p. ivw. ; v. 1 1 8, iiqsape; vi. 92 bis, 

93> I0 5-7> "6, 128, 129; letter 

cited, v. 120; Apologia pro vita sua 

cited, vi. 129. 
Newton, Richard, princ. of Hart Hall, 

iv. 165. 
Nicholas (" Nycolas "), \qu. James 

Nicholas of New Coll. ?], i. 167 n. 
Nicholas, Andrew, Oxford, [1661], iv. 

17- 

Nicholas, John, iii. 185. 

Nicholas, Robert, ii. 35. 

Nicholl, Iltyd, v. 115. 

Nichols, , Chichester, [1662], iv. 19. 

Nichols, John, Hist, of Leicestershire 
cited, i. 86 n. ; iii. 103, 150; v. 73, 
94; Literary Anecd. cited, iv. 171, 
174; v. 28, 29, 72, 74, 75,76,82,94, 
101, 104, 112-13. 

Nichols, John Gough, ii. 119, 120, 134, 
148, 154, 167. 



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INDEX III 



Nicholson, Edward Williams Byron, vii. 

57- 

Nicholson, Ellen Isabel, daughter of 
William, vi. 176. 

Nicholson, Richard and Mary, [1645], 
iii. 169 bis. 

Nicholson, William, bishop of Glouces- 
ter, iii. 169. 

Nicklis, , Oxford, [1661], iv. 16. 

Nicosia, archbishop of, [1734], v. 12. 

Nixon, , Oxford, [1661], iv. 16. 

Nixon, Francis, Doctors' Commons, iv. 
126. 

Noble, , Oxford, [1661], iv. 15. 

Noble, [John, D.C.L.], i. 70. 

Nodes, George, notary, [1645], iii. p. x. 

Noke, , a mason, [1570-4], ii. 41, 

45- 

Norbery, , [1486], vii. 119. 
Norgate, Sir Edward, iii. 330. 
Norris, lord ; see Bertie. 
Norris, or Norreys, Henry, first lord, 

iii. 25, 85, 101. 
North, widow, [1606], iii. 39. 
North, , [1618-31], iii. 46, 50. 
North, Brownlow, bishop of Winchester, 

Visitor, v. 27, 28, 33, 43, 45, 84, 97, 

102, in, 153. 

North, Edward, lord, ii. 133. 
North, Francis, lord, v. 87. 
North, Jane Catharine, daughter of 

Frederick, vi. 168. 
Northampton, earl of ; see Howard. 
Northcote, J. G., [1865], vi. 92. 
Notes and Queries cited, ii. 19; iii. 123 ; 

iv. 76, 89, 94 ., 172, 187; v. no, 

146 ; vi. 105 ; vii. 117 ter. 
Nottingham, earls of; see Finch and 

Howard. 
Nourse, John, iv. 107, 117, 127; his 

son John, ib. 107. 
Nourse, Martha, iv. 107, 117. 
Novello, Vincent, v. 163. 
Nowell, Alexander, and Robert, ii. 194. 
Nowell, George, or Joseph, iii. 170. 
Nykke, Richard, bishop of Norwich, 

vii. 121. 

Ockley, Simon, Cambridge, v. 5. 
O'Fallon, Donnell, bishop of Derry, i. 

114. 

Offington, Thomas, or Uffington, q. v. 
Ogden, Samuel, iv. 90. 
Ogilby, Dr. , New Jersey, [1848], v. 

117. 

Ogilby, ["Ogleby"], John, iv. 19. 
Ogilvie, Charles Atmore, v. 1 18 ; vi. 86. 
Ogle, , bookseller, London, [1815], 

ii. 217. 



Ogle, Amelia, daughter of James Adey, 

vi. 138. 

Ogle, Nathaniel, vi. 172. 
Ogle, Walter, vi. 175. 
Oglethorpe, Clement, nephew of Pres. 

Owen, ii. 56. 
Oglethorpe, George, father of Pres. 

Owen, ii. 55. 

Oglethorpe, John, father of George, ii. 55. 
Oglethorpe, John, brother of Pres, 

Owen, ii. 61 bis. 
Oglethorpe, Matthew, [brother of Pres. 

Owen?], ii. 18, 56. 
Oglethorpe, Owen, of Newington, 

[1584], ii. 62. 

Oldenburg, duchess of, visits the Col- 
lege, [1814], v. 47. 

Oldham, Richard, bishop of Sodor, i. 106. 
Oldisworth, Arnold, iii. 139, 140. 
Oldmixon, John, iv. 177, 178. 
Olive, Thomas, v. 96. 
Oliver, George, D.D., Lives of the 

Bishops of Exeter cited, i. in, 112. 
Ongra, , Oxford, [1661], iv. 17. 
Opizo, J. P., i. 162. 
Orchard of Syon, ii. 143. 
Orchyerd, or Orchyard, W T illiam, 

architect of the College, [see Mason, 

Will.], vii. 1 1 8. 
Orleans, Henr. Maria, duchess of, Univ. 

verses on her death, iv. 121, 125 bis. 
Ormerod, George, Hist, of Cheshire 

cited, i. in. 
Ormerod, H., viii. 24. 
Orred, Georgiana, daughter of George, 

vi. 118. 

Orson,, [1777], v. 23. 
Orthodox Churchman's Magazine cited, 

v. 86 ., 92, 94-5. 
Osborn, G., v. 76. 
Osborn, Robert, ii. p. x. 
Oscar, Fredrik, King of Sweden, vii. 

1 9 bis. 

Oseney, an abbot of, [1482], i. 10. 
Othen, James, iii. 116. 
Ottley, Lawrence, vii. 52. 
Ouless, Walter William, vi. 102, 107 n. 
Ouseley, Sir Frederick A. Gore, vi. 64 ; 

vii. 99 bis. 

Overton, John Henry, v. 95. 
Owen, colonel , [1715]. v. 4, 5. 
Owen, Hugh, iii. 81. 
Owen, Isaac, iv. 12, [17 ?]. 
Owen, John, D.D., iii. 263 ; iv. 59, 93. 
Owen, Montague Charles, The Sewclls 

of the I. of Wight cited, vi. 133. 
Owen, Nicholas, iii. 81. 
Owen, Sidney James, vi. 57. 
Owen, Thankful, iv. 59 ; vii. 1 15. 



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Oxford, earl of ; see Harley and Vere. 
Oxford Historical Society, Collectanea 

cited, iv. 123 ; v. 50 n. 
Oxford Journal cited, v. 104, 116 . 
Oxford Magazine, [1885-1906], cited, 

vi. 93, "3, 13, 145. "163. 
Oxford Times, newspaper, cited, vi. 167. 
Oxford University Herald, newspaper, 

cited, vi. 155. 
Oxford University Magazine, [1834-5], 

vi. 97. 
Oxlade, , bookseller and bookbinder, 

Oxford, [1674-83], iv. 27, 32, 34. 
Oxley, , [1647], iv. 5. 
Oyseleur, , 1', seigneur de Villers, ii. 

149. 



Page, Francis, v. 19. 

Paget, Francis, [afterwards bishop of 

Oxford], vii. 8. 

Paget, Thomas, Moulsford, v. 106. 
Paige, Thomas, v. 63. 
Paine, , a tin-man, [" stannarius"], 

[1672], iv. 26. 

Pakington, Lady Dorothy, iii. 164. 
Pallavicini, Horatio, iii. 96. 
Palmer, , Oxford, [1731], v. u. 
Palmer, , candidate for Univ. for 

Parl., [1737], v. 13. 
Palmer, Edwin, vi. 138 n. 
Palmer, Nicholas, iv. 95. 
Palmer, Lady Sophia Matilda, vi. 100. 
Palmer, Symon, ii. 219. 
Palmer, Thomas, Fairfield, Somerset, 

iv. 178. 

Palmer, William Jocelyn, v. 155 ; vi. 96. 
Panting, widow, Oxford, [1658], iv. 12. 
Pare, Robert, Oxford, i. 117. 
Parfitt, Annis, iii. 154. 
Paris, , Linton, Cambr., [1602], iii. 

86. 
Parker, , prior at New Shoreham, 

[1490], i. 23. 

Parker, Lady, [1691], iv. 50. 
Parker and Son, Messrs., Oxford, vi. 

108 ; vii. 116. 
Parker, Dorothy, iii. 90. 
Parker, George, fifth earl of Maccles- 

field, v. 63. 
Parker, George, seventh earl of Maccles- 

field, vi. 9. 

Parker, Gilbert, iv. 51. 
Parker, John, printer, iii. 99. 
Parker, col. John, iv. 136. 
Parker, John, Welsh judge, vii. 1 16. 
Parker, Matthew, archbishop of Canter- 
bury, ii. 81, 125, 138 bis, 166. 
Parker, Thomas, iii. 91, 

VIII. 



Parkhurst, Henry, iii. 106. 

Parkhurst, Lewis E., v. 160. 

Parkyns, or Perkins, Sir William, iv. 

148. 
Parr, Queen Katharine, entertained in 

College in 1548, ii. 22. 
Parr, Dr. Richard, Life of Ussher 

cited, iv. 81. 
Parr, Dr. Samuel, v. 88 ., 114 ., 126 ; 

vi. 114. 

Parratt ; see Perrott. 
Parratt, Thomas, vii. 101. 
Parrett, John, Oxford, [1661], iv. [16?], 

1 8. 

Parrett, W., [Perrott?], ii. 216. 
Parsons, Robert, S.J., ii. 153. 
Parthenius, abbot of Mount Sinai, iv. 8. 
Partridge, Henry, Lincoln, v. 108. 
Partridge, Henry, Wadham College, v. 

1 08. 

Pasco, William, ii. 52. 
Pasor, al. Passor, Matthias, iv. 3. 
Patchurst, Mrs. S., Chichester, iii. 192. 
Pate, or Pates, Richard, [afterwards 

bishop of Worcester], i. 163 ; ii. 12. 
Patmers, , [1509], i. 65. 
Patriotic Fund, vi. 42. 
Patten, Richard, the Founder's father, 

v. 19, 50. 

Patten, Thomas, ii. 217. 
Patten, alias Barbour, William, Robert 

and Richard, ii. p. ix. 
Pattison, Mark, iii. n . 
Paul, Samuel Woodfield, vi. 141. 
Paulus Isaire ; [Ben-Ezra ?], see Isaiah. 
Pawlet, , [1534], ii. 12. 
Payne, prof. Joseph, vi. 170, 171. 
Payne, Thomas, bookseller, London, v. 

16 n., 72, 76, 82. 
Paytes, , [1534], ii. 12. 
Peacock, Edward, Index of Engl. Stud. 

at Leyden cited, iv. 76. 
Peale, John, iv. 95. 
Pearce, Mrs., , daughter of a deceased 

porter of the College, [1835], vi - 8 - 
Pearce, Zachary, bishop of Bangor, iv. 

43- 
Pearson, widow, and John, Oxford, 

[1661], iv. 15. 
Peckham, , "a Sorbonist," [1688], iv. 

47- 

Pecocke, , [1507], i. 63. 
Pedder, William Henry, vii. 67. 
Pedsley, , Oxford, [1661], iv. 16. 
Peel, Sir Robert, v. 116, 117, 139. 
Pegge, Samuel, v. 75. 
Peirce, " Bp.", [_qu. William Pierce, 

bishop of Bath and Wells?], [1661], 

iv. 1 6. 



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Peito, Mrs., Oxford, [1661], iv. 15. 

Pelham, Sir William, iii. 157. 

Felling, Thomas, John, and Philip, iii. 

n6. 
Pembroke, earl of; countess of; see 

Herbert. 

Penford, capt. Stephen, iii. ^92. 
Penn, Granville, vi. 114. 
Penne, , Oxford, [1661], iv. 15. 
Pennington, Guy, iii. 136. 
Penton, Henry, iii. 219. 
Penwarne, Nicholas, iv. 67. 
Pepper, widow, [1684], iv. 36. 
Pepper, colonel, [1715], v. 4. 
Pepys, Samuel, Diary cited, iv. 76. 
Percival, Sir John, ii. pp. ix, x, xi. 
Percival, John [now bishop of Here- 
ford], vii. 8. 
Percyvall, Richard, Biblioth. Hisp., ii. 

166. 

Pereson, or Person, Miles, ii. 94. 
Perier, John, iii. 116. 
Perkins, , master of Brackley School, 

[1653], iv. 8. 

Perlord (?), , [1577], iii. 62. 
Perrot, or Parratt, Mrs., [c. 1584], ii. 

116. 

Perrot, , [1711], iv. 55. 
Perrott, Alice, ii. 30, 31. 
Perrott, Ann, ii. 165. 
Perry, Agnes Bertha, daughter of 

W. W., vii. 45. 

Perry, John, Warminster, ii. 133. 
Perse, Thomas, and Elizabeth, ii. 90. 
Pescod, , [1494-5], i 2 5> 2 7- 
Peter, a bookbinder, [1497], i. 29. 
Peter, a piper, [1512], i. 68. 
Peter, , a lawyer, [1532], ii. 8. 
Peterborough, earl of; see Mordaunt. 
Pett, Phineas, vi. 76. 
Pettifer, Richard, iii. 31. 
Pettiner, , master of Wainfleet 

School, [1719], v. 5, 6, 12. 
Peynter, Henry, vii. 122. 
Phelippes, Thomas, iii. 82. 
Phepowe, , butcher, [1496], vii. 122. 
Phettisplace ; see Fettiplace. 
" Phiharborde " ; see Fitzherbert. 
Philanthropic Society, v. 71. 
Philipps, Arthur, v. 177 bis. 
Philips, Stephen, iii. 194. 
Phillimore, W. P., Index to Berkshire 

Wills cited, ii. 70 n. ; iii. 107, 117. 
Phillipps, Sir Thomas, v. ii, 89 n., 

126 ; Instil t. Clericorum in com. 

Wilt, cited, i. 89, in, 135, 140. 
Phillips, Ambrose Lisle, ii. 218 ; vi. 116. 
Phillips, Lionel, vii. 16. 
Phillpotts, John, v. 136. 



Piarre [Pierre?], , [1688], iv. 43. 
Pickard-Cambridge, Octavius, vii. 87. 
Pickbum, Robert, master of Wainfleet 

School, v. 16; pensioned, [1811], v. 

42 ; his widow, [1818], v. 49. 
Pickener, , Oxford, [1661], iv. 15. 
Piddington, , a mason, [1704-20]; 

iv. 53, 54! ^ 7. 
Pigot, , an embroiderer, [1541], ii- 

20. 

Pigott, Robert, i. 141. 
Pilgrim, , [1657], iv. 12. 
Pilkington, James, bishop of Durham, 

ii. 194; vi. no n. 
Pillesworth, John, i. 116 ter. 
Pinder, Robert, v. 102. 
Pinke Robert, iii. 168. 
Pinke, William, iii. 168. 
Piozzi, Mrs. Hester, v. 135. 
Pirrie, or Pury, Catherine, ii. 134. 
Pits, John, De Scriptt. Angl. cited, ii. 

130. 

Pitt, , [1740], v. 13. 
Pitt, Moses, bookseller, iv. 27, 34. 
Pit[t]s, Arthur, [1552], ii. 27. 
Pius IV, Pope, ii. 99. 
Playdell, Mrs., Coleshill, [1721], iv. 

1 06. 

Plesyngtone, , [1486], vii. 119. 
Pleydell-Bouverie, William, third earl 

of Radnor, vi. n. 
Plowden, Edmund, Joseph, and 

Thomas, iv. 159. 

Plumer, , lawyer, [1805], v. 128. 
Plummer, Charles, vi. 1 13 ; Elizabethan 

Oxford cited, ii. 148, 154, 167, 179, 

1 86. 
Plumptre, Frederick Charles, master of 

Univ. College, vi. 154. 
Plumptre, James, ii. 217. 
Pluther, , a carpenter, [1680], iv. 32. 
Pococke, Edward, iii. 160; iv. 79 t>is, 

8 1 bis. 

Pointer, John, v. 10, 13. 
Pole, Sir Geoffrey, i. 162. 
Pole, John de La, earl of Lincoln, 

entertained in College, i. 7, 9, 12. 
Pole, Margaret, countess of Salisbury, 

i. 157. 

Pole, Sir Richard, K.G., i. 19. 
Polet, Georges, ii. 44 n, 
Pollard, Alfred William, Bibliographica 

cited, ii. 213. 
Pollard, John, i. 126. 
Pollexfen, alias Poison, James, ii. p. viii. 
Poole, Edward Stanley, vii. 78. 
Poole, John, and Mary, iii. 68. 
Poole, Matthew, Nullity of the Romish 

faith t iv. n8 



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Pope, Alexander, v. 3 ; cited, iv. 124 bis; 

v. 62. 

Pope, dame Elizabeth, ii. 72. 
Pope, Sir Thomas, i. 138 ; ii. 57 ., 70, 

72 bis. 
Popham, Edward, Selecta Poemata 

Anglorum cited, v. 104. 
Portal, Charlotte, daughter of Joseph, 

v. 130. 
Portal, Eleanor, daughter of W. S., 

vi. 167. 
Porter, , goldsmith, [1666-89], iii. 

203 ; iv. 22, 25, 48. 
Porter, George, [1696], iv. 137, 138 bis. 
Porter, William, [1516], vii. in bis. 
Porteus, Beilby, bishop of London, v. 

87. 

Potter, , Oxford, [1661], iv. 14. 
Potter, John, bishop of Oxford, v. 86. 
Potter, Robert, his sEschylus, v. 23. 
Potts, Ann ; see Claymond, John. 
Poulet, lady , [c. 1560], ii. 216. 
Poulett-Thompson, Sybilla, widow of 

Andrew Henry, vi. 129. 
Poutrell, Thomas, i. 149. 
Powell, , [1590], iii. 27. 
Powell, , Oxford, [1770], v. 21. 
Powell, Vavasor, iv. 76 n. 
Powell [Walter?], iv. 176. 
Powell, William, two of the name, 

[1581-5], ii. 170. 
Powis, earl of; see Herbert, Edw. 
Pratt, Josiah, Life of Foxe cited, iii. 

71, MS- 

Presson, , \c. 1580], ii. 114. 
Preston, Cecily, Ralph, and Thomas, 

i. 17. 
Preston, James, D.D., benefactor, 

[1490, 1506], i. 17-18, 62; iii. 7, 

32 ; vii. 121. 
Preston, William, benefactor, [1490], 

i. 17-18; iii. 7. 

Preston, William, Hampshire, v. 77. 
Prestwell, John, [1486], vii. 119. 
Price, Aubrey Charles, vi. 25, 32. 
Price, George, Oxford, [1662], iv. 

[15?], 19- 

Price, John, Bodleian Librarian, iv. 125. 
Price, Richard, Evenley, ii. p. vii. 
Prickett, , [1643], iii. 57. 
Prideaux, Humphrey, dean of Norwich, 

Letters cited, iv. 28, 83, 100, 112-13. 
Primrose, Archibald P., earl of Rose- 

bery, vii. 16. 

Prince, , Oxford, [1650-61], iv. 6, 15. 
Prince, Daniel, -bookseller, Oxford, 

Letters cited, v. 28 bis, 29, 74, 101, 

104, 112. 
Prince, Mary, viii. 25, 



Prince, Philip Alexander, ii. 217. 
Pritchard, Edith May, daughter of 

Charles, vii. 45. 
Privy Council, Acts of the, cited, iii. 85, 

265, 266. 

Prosser, Nancy, iv. 41. 
Prutt, T., [1511], i. 67. 
Public Records, Reports of Deputy 

Keeper cited, i. inn.; iv. 58. 
Puckering, Sir John, iii. 96, 98. 
Pudsey, Ann, Mary and William, her 

son and daughter, iv. 105. 
Pugin, Augustus Welby Northmore, 

iii. 141; iv. 60; vi. 22, 23, 25, 116; 

vii. 31. 

Pullen, Josiah, iii. 192 ; iv. 72. 
Pnlleyn, or Pullen, Thomas, New 

College, iii. 28, in. 
Pulteney, Richard, Progress of Botany 

cited, ii. 130. 

Punt, , Oxford, [1661], iv. 16. 
Purcell, Henry, v. 1 3 n. 
Purefoy, Isabel, daughter of Nich., ii. 

87. 

Pury ; see Pirrie. 
Pusey, Edward Bouverie, i. p. iv n. ; 

v. 120, 148; vi. 90, 129; vii. 57. 
Pye, Sir Edmund, iii. 170. 
Pyles, , [1559], ii. 34. 
Pynson, Richard, ii. 211 n. 

Quarterman, James, viii. 23 bis. 
Quaterman, , Oxford, [1.661], iv. 18. 
Quatermayns, John, [1490-1503], i. 

114; vii. 121. 

Quillet, Cl., Callipadia, iv. 177. 
Quiney, Ralph, Oxford, iv. 14. 
Quode (?), , goldsmith, [1658], iv. 1 1. 

Radburne, , sister of Dr. H. Clerke, 

iv. 41. 

Radcliffe, John, M.D., v. 1 3. 
Radclyff, Sir Richard, entertained, 

[1483],!. 12. 

Radclyffe, William, engraver, vi. 6. 
Radley, , a singing-man of St. Frides- 

wide's, [1527], i. 166. 
Radnor, earl of; see Pleydell-Bouverie, 

William. 

Raggisdale, Robert, [1527], ii. 5. 
Raleigh, Alexander, vii. 88. 
Raleigh, Sir Walter, ii. 87. 
Ramsay,. A. B., Brackley, [1907], vii. 28. 
Ramsden, William, iii. 152. 
Rand, Mrs., , Chichester, [1683], iii. 

192. 
Randall, Eliza Cecil, daughter of 

Thomas, vii. no bis, 101. 



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68 



INDEX III 



Randolph, Thomas, pres. of Corp. Chr. 

Coll., Oxford, v. 108. 
Rankle, , clockmaker, [1657], iv. 12. 
Rann, C. S., bookseller, Oxford, v. 92. 
Rassam, Hormuzd, vii. 17. 
Ratcliffe, Thomas, third earl of Sussex, 

ii. i 38 ; his widow Frances, ii. 1 79. 
Rattclyf, "master," [1484], i. 13. 
Ravis, Christina Andersson, wife of 

Christian, iv. 80. 

Rawdon, "master," [c. 1489], i. 116. 
Rawlins, Thomas, v. 15, 17. 
Rawlinson, Mrs., , Oxford, [1661], 

iv. 15. 
Rawlinson, Richard, D.C.L., iv. 104, 

113; his MSS. cited, i. 151, 152; 

iii. 7. 79, 99, 114, nq, 129, 146, 

152 bis, 160 bis, 164, 168, 170, 173, 

176, 177, 179, 183, 185, 187, 188, 
194 bis, 262 bis, 263 bis, 265, 266 ; 
iv. 7, 10, 13, 37, 57, 62, 71, 89, 90 
setpe, 95, 98, 103, 108, 113, 118, 125, 
127 bis and n., 131, 151, 161 bis, 
162, 165, 166, 170 bis, 171, \7$ter, 

177, 178 ; v. 10, 13, 53, 57 ter, 58 ., 
59, 62 ; vi. 109 n. ; gift to the College ; 
letter cited, v. 15. 

Rawlinson, Thomas, ii. 197; iii. 265; 

iv. 173. 

Raworth, Robert, printer, iii. 99. 
Raynavde, , bookseller, London, 

[1539], ii. 19. 
Read, Thomas, iii. 30. 
Reade, Charles L., vi. 125. 
Recley, Geoffrey, i. 7. 
Rede, John, warden of New College, 

" 3- 

Rede, Walter, vii. 102 n. 

Redman, archdeacon John, ii. 80. 

Redman, Richard, bishop of St. Asaph, 
entertained, i. 12. 

Redman, Thomas, iii. 30. 

Reed, W., [1594], iii. 30. 

Rennacre, , a painter, [1534], ii. 13. 

Reve, , "nuncius matris Regis," 
[1486], vii. no. 

Revel, Francis. [Reference lost.] 

Reynolds, Edward, bishop of Norwich, 
iii. 80; iv. 73, 88. 

Reynolds, Richard, D.D., i. 160, 161. 

Rheede, , van, Hortus Malabaricus, 
iv. 31, 40. 

Rich, Henry, earl of Holland, iii. 130. 

Rich, Robert, second earl of Warwick, 
iv. 68. 

Richard III, visits the College, i. 1 2 ; 
gives rewards to disputants in theo- 
logy and philosophy, ib., and to the 
College in general, ib., 13. 



Richardson, Eliza, wife of prof. West- 
wood, vii. 99. 
Richardson, [Jonathan?], artist, iv. 

124. 
Richardson, Mary, daughter of Henry, 

v. 107-8. 
Richardson, Stephen, Worcester, iii. 

162. 

Richardson, Thomas, [1649], viii. 25. 
Richardson,Thom as, apothecary, [1730], 

iii. 146. 
Richardson, William, master of Wayn- 

flete School, [1551], ii. 31, 
Richardson, William, [1834], y i- IO2 - 
Richelieu, cardinal, iv. 80. 
Richman, , [1532], ii. 8. 
Richmond, duke and duchess of; see 

Stuart. 

Richmond, countess of ; see Tudor. 
Richmond, Sir William Blake, vii. 17, 

99- 

Rider, Edward, viii. 25. 
Rider, John, ii. 162. 
Rider, William, iv. 67. 
Ridley, Nicholas, bishop of London, 

ii. 59. 
Rigaud, Stephen, bishop of Antigua, 

v i- 155- 
Rigaud, prof. Stephen Peter, vi. 154, 

156. 

Riley, Athelstan. vi. 174. 
Rivers, Arthur Frederick, iv. 73. 
Rivers, David, Literary Memoirs cited, 

v. 96. 
Riviere, William, painter, vi. 68; viL 

i oo. 

Robartes, Richard, first lord, iii. 124. 
Robarts, Miss , [1772], v. 101. 
Roberson, , a lawyer, [1819], v. 50. 
Robert, a carpenter, [1484], i. 14. 
Roberts, , Oxford, [1661], iv. 15. 
Roberts, Joseph Varley, vii. 25 n. 
Roberts, William, bishop of Bangor, 

iv. 91. 
Roberts, Sir William, Willesden, iv. 

10-11. 
Robinson, , cook of Magdalen Hall, 

[1617], ii. 155. 
Robinson, Charles James, Reg. oj 

Merch. Taylors School cited, iv. 82. 
Robinson, Robert, [1532], ii. 9. 
Robinson, Robert, Monk Fryston, v. 80. 
Robinson, [Thomas ?], bookseller, 

Oxford, [1658], iv. 12. 
Robotham, or Rowbotham, [Francis?], 

Waynflete, iv. 19. 

Roby, , a Franciscan, [1462], i. 86. 
Robyns, William, [1484], vii. 119. 
Rocb, , an Irish divine, [1653], iv. 9. 



PERSONS INCIDENTALLY MENTIONED AND BOOKS 69 



Rodes, Sir John, iv. 163. 

Rogers, Thomas and Edward, Oxford, 

iv. 125. 

Rokke, Robert, ii. p. x. 
Rolfe, Amy, daughter of Eustace 

Neville, vii. 76. 
Rood, Theodore, iii. 112. 
Rook, William, i. 98. 
Rosebery, earl of ; see Primrose. 
Ross, Alexander J., Life of Bp. Riving 

cited, v. 117. 

Rothenstein, William, vii. 25. 
Rothschild, baron Ferdinand, vii. 13. 
Roundell, Danson, v. 107. 
Roundell, Henry, iii. 149 . 
Roundell, William, v. 154. 
Rouse, Mrs., , [1757], v. 17. 
Rouse, , [1778], v. 23. 
Row, Arthur William S. A., ii. 96 . 
Rowbotham ; see Robotham. 
Rowney, Thomas, v. 12. 
Royal Society, Proceedings of, cited, vii. 

35- 

Rudder, Samuel, Hist, of Gloucester- 
shire cited, iii. 112, 169. 

Rudhall, Abel and Abraham, bell- 
founders, iv. 185. 

Rumswinckle, Dr., , a German, 
[1656], iv. ii. 

Rupert, Prince, iii. 57 ; iv. 32 ; v. 17; 
vi. 18 ; vii. 21. 

Russell, , [a mason?], [1694], i y - 5 1 - 

Russell, Edward lord, son of the first 
earl of Bedford, [1568], ii. 40. 

Russell, Francis, second earl of Bed- 
ford, ii. 158, 187. 

Russell, John, bishop of Lincoln, i. 10. 

Russell, Lucy, countess of Bedford, 
[1604], ii. 181 n. 

Russell, Michael, bishop of Glasgow, 
v. 141 ; vi. 92. 

Russell, Thomas, master of Brackley 
School, vi. 58. 

Russell, William, fifth earl and first 
duke of Bedford, iv. 23. 

Russell, William, vii. 100. 

Rutherford, , Lays of the Sanctuary 
cited, vi. 137. 

Rutland, earl of; see Manners. 

Rutson, William, vi. 167. 

Rydon, Robert, vii. 106. 

Rye, George, iv. 168. 

Ryland, Richard, viii. 23. 

Ryle, Herbert Edward, bishop of 
Winchester, Visitor, vii. 27. 

Rymer, Thomas, Foedera cited, i. 112 
bis, 170; vii. 1 06 bis. 

Ryseley, Sir John, knt., Counsel for 
the College, [1488], i. 20. 



S., H., goldsmith, [1838], iii. 261. 
Sacchev. . . ., Thomas, i. 181. 
Sacheverel, , bailiff at Guton Hall, 

[1697], iv. 51. 
Sackville, Thomas, lord Buckhurst and 

earl of Dorset, ii. 179 ; iii. 73 ; 

letters to the College, [1607], iii. 

74. 75- 

Sadeler, , engraver, [1752], v. 16. 
Sadoletus, card., i. 162. 
St. Germans, earl of; see Eliot. 
St. John ["Seintihon"], , \c. 1530], 

i. 167 n. 

St. John, Elizabeth, iii. 177. 
St. Paul, Triumph de, clock-maker, iii. 

35; iv. 187. 

Salisbury, earl of; see Cecil. 
Salman, William, i. 117. 
Salmasins, Cl., iv. 82. 
Salmon, Elizabeth, v. 88 n. 
Salmon, Nathaniel, Hist, of Essex 

cited, iv. 163. 

Salter, Herbert Edward, vii. 32. 
Sammon, Anne, v. 71. 
Sampson, , glover, [1647], iii. 59. 
Sampson, , painter, [1605], '" 36, 

41. 
Sancroft, William, archbishop of 

Canterbury, iii. 187; iv. 63. 
Sancto Martino, Will, de, a chaplain of 

Oseney, ii. 213. 
Sanders, , [1531], ii. 6. 
Sanders, , silkman, Cheapside, 

[1641], iv. 182. 
Sanderson, Sir James, vii. 35. 
Sandford, Daniel, bishop of Edinburgh, 

v. 126. 
Sandham, Charles Freeman , awoTGeorge, 

vi. 154. 
Sandis, , Cowley, Oxon., [1661], iv. 

1 8. 

Sandro, Bernardin, i. 162. 
Sands, Reginald, [1486], i. 16 ; 

["Sannys"], [1490], vii. 121. 
Sanford, Hugh, iii. 91. 
Saravia, Hadrian, iii. 93. 
Sare, , Oxford, [1661], iv. 16. 
Sargent, John Richard, vi. 172. 
Saunders, (?), i. 75. 
Saunders, Mrs., Oxford, [1661], iv. 17. 
Saunders, Frances, daughter of William, 

iii. 61. 
Savage, Joanna, her burial, [1680], iv. 

33- 

Savile, John, iii. 147. 
Savile, Sir Henry, ii. 151, 218. 
Savory, J., Oxford, [1661], iv. 17. 
Sawyer, Edmund, Memorials of State 
cited, iii. 88. 



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INDEX III 



Sayer, , [1786], v. 25. 
Sayer, Otho, i. 132. 
Sayer, Samuel, v. 156. 
Scambler, Edmund, bishop of Peter- 
borough, ii. p. vii. 
Scharf, Sir George, vii. 13. 
Scharman, Richard, London, [1490], i. 

107. 
Schmidt, Adelaide Ottilia Alberta, 

daughter of Otto, vii. 54. 
Schcelcher, V., iii. 149 w. 
Sclater, Thomas, M.D., donor of plate, 

[1653], iii. 204, 224. 
Scot, Cuthbert, bishop of Carlisle, ii. 

61, 62, 78. 

Scott, [Sir] George Gilbert, vi. 43. 
Scott, Mabel Spencer, daughter of 

Edward Spencer, vii. 36. 
Scott, R. F., Admissions at St. John's 

Coll. Cambr. cited, v. 79, 80, 106. 
Scott, Robert, [1559], ii. 95- 
Scott, Robert, bookseller, [1682-6], iv. 

27. 

Scott, Sir Walter, v. 114 n. 
Scudder, Henry, ii. 195. 
Seagrave, Samuel Young, v. 135. 
Sealy, Frances, daughter of Edward, v. 

134- 

Searle, Jane, iii. 192. 
Sedgwick, Daniel, vi. 99. 
Sedley, Sir Charles, iv. 32. 
Seeley, L. B., publisher, v. 96. 
Sefton, W., i. 167 n. 
Selam, John, vii. 102 . 
Selden, John, iv. 80, 81 bis, 82. 
Seller, Abednego, Plain answer, &c., 

iv. 151. 
Seward, William, Biographiana cited, 

iv. 124. 
Seward, William, Yeovil, [1886], iv. 

129. 
Sewell, James Edwards, warden of 

New College, vi. 132. 
Sewell, Thomas, vi. 132. 
Sewell, William, Exeter College, vi. 132. 
Sexton, John, Oxford, iv. 14. 
Seymour, Q. Jane, ii. 17. 
Seymour, William, marquess of Hert- 
ford, iv. 74. 

Shadforth, Thomas, vi. 154. 
Shaftesbury, Life of the earl of, cited, i. 

p. iv n, 

Shakespeare, William, iii. 144; v. 15. 
Sharp, , [a lawyer?], [1736], v. 12. 
Sharp, , grandson of archbishop 

Sharp of St. Andrews, [1740], v. 13. 
Sharp, Granville, v. 126. 
Sharpe, Bowdler, vii. 19. 
Sharpe, Thomas, v. 8r. 



Shaw, , [1692], iv. 50. 

Shaw, Richard, iv. 175. 

Shaw, William A., Hist, of Engl. Ch. 

cited, iii. 170, 174, 178; iv. 67 bis, 

89 bis, 91. 

Sheldon, Gilbert, archbishop of Canter- 
bury, iii. 164, 188. 
Shepheard, George, v. 62, 63. 
Sheppard, Walter, vi. 33. 
Sheppee, Mary Hilda, daughter of 

Francis, vi. 167. 
Sherley, Sir Robert, iii. 97. 
Sherlock, William, D.D., iv. 86. 
Sherly, , Oxford, [1661], iv. 14. 
Sherwin, William, father of Will. 

Sherwin, a Demy, iv. 133, 148. 
Shevane, John, i. 32. 
Shipman, John, iii. 185. 
Shirwood, John, ii, 219. 
Short, Richard, M.D., iv. 160. 
Shrimpton, J., vi. 34. 
Shutte, Reginald N., Life of Bishop 

Phillpotts cited, v. 137 n., 142. 
Shuttleworth, Clerke, iv. 41. 
Shuttleworth, Philip Nicholas, [bishop 

of Chichester], v. 147. 
Shuttleworth, Sir Richard, iv. 40, 42 ; 

his wife, Dr. H. Clerke's daughter, 

ib. 41,42. 
Sibley, , Biogr. Sketches of Graduates 

of Harvard Univ. cited, iv. 70. 
Sidney, Robert, lord Lisle, earl of 

Leicester, ii. 181. 
Silam, John, i. 7. 
Silver, Frederick, vi. 134. 
Silvester ; see Sylvester. 
Simmons, , [1591], iii. 28. 
Simpson, George, ii. 184. 
Sinclair, George, Satan's invisible world 

discovered cited, iii. 188 n. 
Sinclair, archdeacon John, Sketches of 

Old Times cited, v. 122. 
Singleton, , draper, Gloucester, ii. 

125. 
Singleton, Thomas, princ. of Brasenose, 

viii. 23. 

Sixtus IV, Pope, confirms the founda- 
tion of the College, i. 6. 
Skeat, , bookseller, London, [1858], 

iv. 1 68. 
Skeffington, hon. Thomas Henry, vi. 

108. 
Skelton, [Joseph ?], engraver, [1851-7], 

vi. 36, 46, 141. 
Skelton, Robert, i. 132. 
Skinner, John, bishop of Aberdeen, v. 

126. 
Skinner, Robert, bishop of Oxford, iv. 

108. 



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Skinner, William, bishop of Aberdeen, 

v. 122, 126. 

Slythurst, Thomas, Reading, ii. 70 n. 
Smalbroke, Richard, bishop of Lich- 

field, v. 74, 76. 
Smalman. Richard, yeoman bedell, ii. 

190 ; Hi. 9 [the same ?]. 
Smith, , Harwell, Berkshire, [1759], 

sufferers from fires, v. 18, 20. 
Smith, Arthur Lionel, vii. 92. 
Smith, Hinton Castle, vi. 130. 
Smith, Horace, Westminster, vii. 67. 
Smith, John Challenor, iii. 262, 264 n., 

266, 268 bis ; iv. 186, 188 ; vi. 89 n., 

194 bis; viii. 23 bis, 24 bis, 25. 
Smith, John, furrier, obit, [1486], i. t6. 
Smith, Ralph, [1638], iii. 147. 
Smith, Ralph, Richard, and Thomas, 

[1689], iv. 107, 117. 
Smith, Richard, [i6th cent.?], ii. 215. 
Smith, Richard, M.D., donor, [1589], 

iii. 26. 
Smith, Richard, of Moorfields, iii. 161 ; 

sale of his library, [1682], iii. ii n. 
Smith, Robert Payne, vi. 153. 
Smith, Thomas, Brasenose College, iv. 

125. 

Smith, Thomas Hollins, vi. 151. 
Smith, Vincent A., vii. 95. 
Smith, William, bishop of Lincoln, i. 96. 
Smout, Richard, Oxford carrier, iii. 66. 
Smyth, Anne, daughter of Thomas, 

Oxford, iii. 173. 

Smyth, Richard, D.D., [1554], i. 164. 
Smyth, W., Coldwalton, [1486], vii. 

119. 

Smythe, Thomas, ii. 179. 
Snatt, William, iv. 148. 
Snell, [George, or Thomas?], [1666], 

iv. 23. 

Snelson, Jeoffrey, v. 76. 
Sneyd, Caroline Anne, daughter of 

Thomas, vi. 118. 
Snowe, John, viii. 23. 
Society for Promoting Christian Know- 
ledge, v. 20, 45, 51 ; vi. 90. 
Society for Propagation of the Gospel, v. 

14, 16, 23. 

Somer, James, ii. pp. viii, ix. 
Somerie, , Queen's College, [1557], 

ii. 123. 
Somerset, Edward, earl of Worcester, 

iii. 81. 
Sondes, William, Trewlegh, Kent, i. 89; 

iv. 1 86. 

Sons of the Clergy Institution, vi. 40 n. 
Sotheby and Wilkinson, Messrs., ii. 

149; v. 125; vi. 159. 
South, Compton, iv. 97. 



Southam, , a glover, [1611-12], iii. 

41, 42. 

Southampton, earl of; see Wriothesley. 
Spaen, Jo. Jac., Dutch student at 

Oxford in 1430, i. 91. 
Speakman, , a carpenter, Oxford, 

[1689-1728], iv. 48, 49 ; v. 7, 10. 
Spelman, Clement, iii. 161. 
Spencer, , London, [1770], v. 21. 
Spencer, father , [1841], v. 165. 
Spencer, Sir Richard, ii. 220. 
Spencer, Robert, earl of Sunderland, iv. 

45 > 46. 

Spencer, Thomas, v. 156. 

Spenser, Edmund, ii. 194. 

Spenser, William, [1484-96],!. 94 ; vii. 

119. 

Spert, , [1486], vii. 119. 
Spier, , bookbinder, [1574], " 45- 
Spink, John, i. 116. 
Spooner, William, vi. 177. 
Sprigonell, John, ii. p. x. 
Springer, Edward, iv. 79. 
Spylman, , a lawyer, [1532], ii. 8. 
Squire, archdeacon Henry, ii. 131. 
Squire, Joan, i. 1 10. 
Squire, W. Barclay, iii. 263. 
Squyrye, [Squire?], Henry, [1532], ii. 9. 
Stafford, Edward, duke of Buckingham, 

entertained, i. 70. 

Stainer, William, Southwark, vii. 99. 
Stampe, , [1667], iv. 23. 
Standford, , [Stanford?], [1577], iii. 

62. 

Standish, , [1505], i. 49. 
Standish, , Oxford, [1661], iv. 14. 
Standish, John, iii. 31. 
Standish, William, notary, [1576], iii. 3. 
Stanhope, George, dean of Canterbury, 

v. 93- 

Stanhope, Philip, lord, [1621], iii. 47. 
Stanley, Arthur Penrhyn, vi. 154. 
Stanley, E. Lyulph, vi. 165. 
Stanley, Thomas, lord, [afterwards 

first earl of Derby], entertained, i. 9, 

12; and his son, [George?], ib. 7; 

his bears, ib. 15, 1 6. 
Stapleton, Mrs. Bryan, Hist, of three 

Oxfordshire parishes, v. 19 n. 
Starkey, John, i. 158. 
Starkey, Thomas, i. 158. 
Steer, [al. Steare], Samuel, iv. 177. 
Steevens, Philip, iv. 58. 
Stephens, Anthony, iv. 91. 
Stephens, William Richard Wood, Life 

of bishop Dumford cited, vi. 85. 
Steven, William, Hist, of Scott. Ch. at 

Rotterdam cited, iv. 53 n., 76. 
Stevens, , M.D., [c. 1560], ii. 216. 



INDEX III 



Stevens, [John?], iii. 162. 

Stevens, William, v. 92. 

Stevenson, widow, burial, [1681], iv. 33. 

Stevenson, George, Newcastle-upon- 

Tyne, v. 129. 
Stevenson, [or Stephenson], Joseph 

Adam, v. 1 10. 
Steward, John, ii. 220. 
Stewart, Giles, v. 1 1 1 . 
Stewart, Robert, viscount Castlereagh, 

v. 112. 

Steyne, , Oxford, [1661], iv. 15. 
Sthael, Peter, iv. 88. 
Stiles, , [1810], v. 41. 
Stocks, E. V., Durham, vi. 195. 
Stockwell, or Stokill, Robert, ii. 17. 
Stokes, Edward, vi. 131. 
Stokes, John, warden of All Souls Coll., 

i. 13. 

Stone, William, Oxford, iv. 105 ; v. no. 
Stonehouse, Anne, iii. 150. 
Stonehouse, Sir George, iv. 8. 
Ston[e]house, Sir William, and his 

daughter Mary, iii. 114. 
Stonehouse, William Brocklehurst, Hist. 

of Axholme cited, v. 102. 
Stoner, Sir Walter, ii. 12. 
Story, Edward, bishop of Chichester, i. 9. 
Stoughton, Sir Lawrence, iii. 145. 
Strangbone, Robert, i. 16. 
Stranguis, , a turner, [1630], iii. 50. 
Stratford, Nicholas, bishop of Chester, 

iv. 149 ;/. 
Stratford, William, D.D., letters cited, 

iv. 176, 177. 
Stratuli, , archimandrite at Liverpool, 

vi. 65. 
Strickland, Richard, Dinton, Bucks, iv. 

126. 

Stringer, Philip, ii. 186. 
Stringer, Richard, iv. 69. 
Stringor, George, iv. 77. 
Stroud, , gardener, [1683], iv. 34. 
Strype, John, cited, i. 147, 158, 160, 

161, 162 scepe. 
Stuart, Arabella, ii. 181 ., iii. 126; 

gloves given to her in return for 

globes, [1605], iii. 37. 
Stuart, Frances, wife of Ludovic, first 

duke of Richmond, iii. 138. 
Stuart, James, third duke of Richmond, 

iii. 164. 
Stubbs, Richard, [master of Balliol 

College], i. 49, 175. 
Stubbs, William, bishop of Oxford, ii. 

2 1 2, vi. 153; Registrum Anglic, cited, 

vi. 85. 
Stuffold, , a bookbinder, [1560-70], 

ii. 34, 42. 



Sturges, Jane and her husband 

Nathaniel, iv. 171. 

Styles, , a mason, [1605], iii. 36 bis. 
Styvens, Thomas, ii. 26. 
Sudbury, , [1650], iii. 162. 
Sudeley, Ralph lord ; see Boteler. 
Sudell, , under-steward to Sir R. 

Shuttleworth, iv. 42. 
Suffragan Bishops, i. 32 ; see Bransfort, 

John ; Church, Aug., bishop of 

Lydda; Edmund, bishop of Deny (?) ; 

Edward, of Callipoli ; O'Fallon, D., 

bishop of Derry; Oldham, Richard; 

Thomas, of Aghadoe ; William, of 

Sidon. 

Summers, James, iii. 31 fer. 
Sumner, Charles Richard, bishop of 

Winchester, Visitor, vi. 10, 145. 
Sunderland, earl of ; see Spencer. 
Surman, , a labourer, [1680], iv. 33. 
Surtees, Deborah Maria, daughter of 

William, v. 137. 
Surtees, Robert, Hist, of Durham cited, 

v. 100. 
Sussex Archceological Collection cited, 

iii. 153; iv. 187. 
Sussex, Augustus Fred., duke of, ii. 

!59- 

Sussex, earl of ; see Ratcliffe. 
Sutton, , a goldsmith, [1557], ii. 32. 
Sutton, , grave-digger, [1571], ii. 43. 
Sutton, Charles Manners, archbishop of 

Canterbury, v. 88 n. 
Swaddon, Philip, and his son Richard, 

"i. 155- 

Swan, , Oxford, [1661], iv. 16. 
Swan, Richard, [1481], i. n. 
Swanne, Richard, [1762], v. 100. 
Swanton, William, i. 117. 
Swinburn, Surlees, v. 6l. 
Sydenham, Richard, iii. 142. 
Sydserf, Thomas, bishop of Orkney, 

iii. 164. 

Sykes, Edward Francis, v. 160. 
Sylvester, Edward, Oxford, iv. 16, 70. 
Sylvester, James Joseph, iii. p. vii. 
Symonds, Frederick, donor, vi. 66. 
Symonds, John Addington, M.D., vi. 

168. 
Sympson, , [1715], v. 4. 

er \_qtt. 

[1513], i. 68. 
Taille, Thomas, i. 65. 
Taillebois, Robert lord, ii. 56. 
Tait, Archibald Campbell, archbishop 

of Canterbury, vi. 178. 
Talleyrand-Perigord, count von, vii. 23. 
Talmage, , Oxford, [1808], v. 40. 



PERSONS INCIDENTALLY MENTIONED AND BOOKS 73 



Tanner, Thomas, bishop of St. Asaph, 

Bibliotheca Brit, cited, i. 87 bis. 
Taps, , [c. 1560], ii. 216. 
Tatam, William, v. 100. 
Tate, Mary, [1826], v. 129. 
Taverner, John, organist of St. Frides- 

wide's, i. 166. 
Tawney, Richard, vi. 83. 
Taylor, , [1662], iv. 19. 
Taylor, , painter, [1666], iv. 22 ter, 

24, 25. 
Taylor, Hales, assumed the name of 

Lisle, v. no. 

Taylor, Jeremy, Life of Christ, iv. 97. 
Taylor, John, B.A., his widow and 

daughter, [1853], vi. 39. 
Taylor, R., bell-founder, iv. 185, 
Taylor, Richard, Chichester, [1683], 

iii. 192. 

Taylor, Sarah, [1756], v. 75. 
Taylor, Tom, vi. 124. 
Taylor, William, [1495], i. 27. 
Taylor, William, [1658], iv. 73. 
Taylour, John, D.D., [provost of 

Oriel ?] , i. 7 ; disputed before 

K. Rich. Ill, ib. 12. 
Tempest, , Dover Castle, v. 176. 
Tenison, Thomas, archbishop of Canter- 
bury, iv. 132, 173. 
Terrot, Charles H., bishop of Edinburgh, 

v. 126. 

Thackham, Thomas, ii. 120. 
Thamy, Jo., ii. 44 n. 
Thanet, earl of; see Tufton. 
Thewe, Hedwig, daughter of Heinrich, 

vii. 87. 

Thirlby, Thomas, bishop of Ely, ii. 60. 
Thomann, Caspar, Zurich, iii. 34. 
Thomas, bishop of Aghadoe, [1497]) 

i. 113. 
Thomas, bookbinder, [1494]; see 

Uffington. 
Thomas, John, bishop of Winchester, 

Visitor, v. 19, 22, 81, 84. 
Thomas, Richard, ii. 214. 
Thomason, George, bookseller, London, 

ii. 218. 
Thompson, , master of Wainfieet 

School, [1689-1713], iv. 48, 54, 55; 

v. 3, 5- 

Thompson, , [1726-59], v. 9, 18. 
Thompson, Constance Mary, daughter 

of Theophilus, vi. 143. 
Thompson, Henry Lewis, v. 129 n. ; 

vii. 90. 

Thompson, Thomas Clement, v. 124 ter. 
Thoresby, Ralph, iii. 148. 
Thorne, , bookseller, Oxford, [1671- 

4 ], ir. 25, 27. 



Thornton, William, iv. 134. 

Thorold, Anthony Wilson, bishop of 

Winchester, Visitor, vii. 10, ii. 
Thorold, William, D.D., iv. 53. 
Thorpe, Thomas, bookseller, v. u. 
Thou [Thuanus], J. A. de, Historia, 

V. 12. 

Throckmorton, Job, ii. 177. 
Throckmorton, Michael, i. 163. 
Throckmorton, Raphael, iii. 155. 
Throckmorton, William, i. 129. 
Thurloe, John, State Papers cited, iv. 

60, 90. 

Tierney. Mark Aloysius, iv. 158, 160. 
Times, newspaper, cited, vii. 101. 
Tinley, Martin, iii. 87. 
Todd, , [a silversmith?], [1570], ii. 

42. 

Tomkins, , Andover, [1671], iv. 25. 
Tomkins, Abraham, iii. 116. 
Tomline, George Pretyman, bishop of 

Lincoln, v. 51. 

Tomlins, , a glover, [1614], iii. 44. 
Tomlinson, , Oxford, [1661], iv. 15. 
Toms, , a mason, [1569], ii. 41. 
Tonge, George, silversmith, v. 21. 
Tonneau, J., painter, vi. 74, 131, 132. 
Tonson, Jacob, bookseller, iv. 52. 
Tonstall, Cuthbert, bishop of Durham, 

i. 167 ; ii. 126. 

Toplady, Augustus Montague, v. 72. 
Torres, don Lewis de los, v. 12. 
Torriano, Alexander, iv. 51. 
Torry, Patrick, bishop of Dunkeld, v. 

126. 

Toucher, , a lawyer, [1804], v. 38. 
Touchet, John, lord Audley, entertained, 

i. 12. 
Townesend, John, builder, Oxford, v. 

21. 

Travers, Walter, ii. 149. 
Treacher, Sir John, v. 25. 
Tredegar, lord ; see Morgan. 
Trelawny, Jonathan, bishop of Exeter, 

and of Winchester, Visitor, iv. 148 ; 

v. 3- 
Tiendeley, Agnes, vii. 104, 105 ; 

Elizabeth, and Thomas, her children, 

ib. 104. 
Tresham, William, D.D., i. 146; ii. 17, 

32. 

Trimnell, Charles, bishop of Winchester, 
Visitor, v. 7. 

Trinder, , a prisoner for debt, [1743], 
v. 14. 

Tristram, , buried, [1606], iii. 39. 

Tuckwell, William, v. 159; Reminis- 
cences of Oxford cited, vi. 95, 96, 
146. 



INDEX III 



Tudor, Jasper, duke of Bedford, gloves 

given to him at College, i. 15. 
Tudor, Margaret, countess of Richmond, 

mother of Hen. VII, i. p. vi, 29, 48 ; 

ii. 1 80. 
Tufton, Thomas, sixth earl of Thanet, 

iv. 169. 

Tuke, Henry Scott, vii. 59. 
Tunnard, Thomas, v. 46. 
Tupholme, William, iii. 6. 
Turner, , vicar of Beeding, died in 

1659, iv. 78. 

Turner, Edward Goldwin, vii. 48. 
Turner, Edward Tindal, ii. 218. 
Turner, Grandison, iv. 117. 
Turner, Robert, vicar of Hillingdon, ii. 

54- 
Turner, Thomas, dean of Canterbury, 

iii. 163. 
Turner, Thomas, pres. of Corp. Chr. 

Coll., iv. 133, 148. 
Turner, William, M.D., ii. 56, 83. 
Turner, William, printer, iii. 167. 
Tutte, Henry, his daughter Mary, v. 

77- 
Twells, Dr. Leonard, Life of Pocock 

cited, iv. 8r. 

Twyne, Brian, MSS. cited, iii. 158. 
Tybard, Henry, vii. 104, 105. 
Tyler, , [a smith], [1629-42], iii. 55; 

iv. 3. 

Tynte, John Kemeys, v. 128. 
Tyschborne, William, i. p. viii. 
Tyson, , a carpenter, [1490], vii. 121. 

Uffington, Thomas, or Offingt on, [1484- 

94], bookbinder, i. 10 bis, [13, 

binder of Lattebury], 26. 
Underbill, Henry Scrivenor, vii. 36. 
Underbill, John, bishop of Oxford, ii. 

80. 

Underwood, Henry, vi. 13. 
Underwood, Dr., [John, D.D., ?], i. 

172. 

Undey, , [c. 1520], i. 75. 
Union, Sir Henry, iii. 96, 98. 
Upper Ossory, earl of; see Fitzpatrick. 
Uppleby, Laura, daughter of Charles, 

vii. 41. 
Upton, , armourer, Oxford, [1679], 

iv. 32. 

Urrwin, , [1646], iii. 58. 
Ussher, James, archbishop of Armagh, 

iv. 79, 80, 81 bis, 82. 
Utterson, Edward Vernon, v. 165. 

Valentine, Henry, master of Wainfleet 

School, vi. 67, 71. 
Vallance, T., publisher, London, v. 72. 



Valler, Mrs., , Chichester, [1683], 

iii. 192. 

Valpy, Richard, vi. 131. 
Vane, Sir Henry, iv. 68. 
Vasy [Vesey ?], , [1535], " '5- 
Vaudois Protestants, v. 20. 
Vaughan, Henry Halford, vi. 97 n. 
Vearger, , Oxford, [1661], iv. 17. 
Venseus, or Vinseus, Job., ii. 126. 
Vere, John de, thirteenth earl of Oxford, 

i. 28. 
Vere, Henry de, eighteenth earl of 

Oxford, iii. 48. 
Vernathy, Elizabeth, iv. 112. 
Verney, Richard, ii. 186. 
Vernon [George], [1684], iv. 35. 
Vernon, Thomas Heygate, vii. 82. 
Victoria, Queen, vii. 101 ; visited the 

College, 1860, vi. 52 ; diamond 

jubilee and birthday, vii. 15, 18. 
Villers, Christopher, Swaby, ii. 9, 10. 
Villiers, George, duke of Buckingham, 

i- 47. !33- 

Vines, William Reynolds, vii. 44. 
Viret, Peter, ii. 100. 
Vobe, John, vii. 102 n. 
Volusenus ; see Wilson, F. 
Vossius, Ger. Joh., iv. 79, 80, 188. 
Vowell, , Hebrew teacher, [1748], 

v. 15. 
Vyne, John, Provincial of the White 

Friars in England, i. 23. 
Vyse, Richard, master of St. John's 

Hosp., vii. 102 n. 

Waad, or Wade, Sir William, iii. 81, 

82. 

Wadham, Dorothy, ii. 156; iii. 265. 
Wagge, William, i. 87. 
Wake, Henry, bookseller, ii. 220. 
Wake, Sir Isaac, Rex Platonicus cited, 

iii. 39, 115. 

Wake, Sir John, iii. 171. 
Walden, Thomas, ii. 13. 
Waldgrave, Thomas, and his wife Sarah, 

v. 71 bis. 

Waldren, John, iii. 154. 
Walker, , picture restorer, [1777], v. 

2 3- 
Walker, J. W., Hist, of the Church of 

Wakefield cited, i. 132. 
Walker, John , Sufferings of Clergy cited, 

iii. 148, i8o., 188 n. 
Walker, John, Oxotiiana cited, v. 6, 28. 
Walker, Obadiah, master of Univ. Coll., 

iv. 149 ., 151, 156. 
Walker, Richard, vintner, Oxford, iv. 

125. 
Walker, Robert, [1683], vi. 193. 



PERSONS INCIDENTALLY MENTIONED AND BOOKS 75 



Walker, Thomas, Tylehurst, v. 98. 
Wall, Henry, vi. 97. 
Walley, John, ii. 147. 
Wallingford, viscount ; see Knollys. 
Wallis, John, D.D., iv. 51, 74. 
Walpole, Horace, Correspondence cited, 

v. 17. 

Walsall, John, ii. 142. 
Walsingham, Sir Francis, ii. 45, 149, 

169, 172 ; iii. 96. 

Walter, , Oxford, [1661], iv. 16. 
Walter, John, Bearwood, Berks, iv. 184. 
Walton, or Waltham, , gardener or 

labourer, [1609-32], iii. 40, 43, 44, 

["Waltham"], 50. 
Walton, Hugh, [1487], i. p. viii; vii. 

119. 
Walton, Izaak, Lives, v. 97 ; His 

daughter Anne, iv. 93. 
Warbeck, Perkin, iii. 195. 
Warcop, or Warcupp, Ralph, ii. 100 ; 

iii. 30. 

Ward, , R. C. priest, [1688], iii. 186. 
Ward, George Robert Michael, vi. 132, 

133- 

Ward, John, Inner Temple, iv. 160. 
Ward, John, Lives ofGresham Professors 

cited, iv. 62, 64. 
Ward, Marmaduke, Trunch, Norfolk, 

v. 112. 

Ward, Miles, v. 25. 
Ward, Nathaniel, iv. 69. 
Ward, Seth, bishop of Salisbury, iii. 

187, 188. 
Ward, Thomas, England's Reformation, 

iv. 1 60. 

Ward, William George, vi. 91. 
Warener, John, i. 25, [misprinted 

Warde]. 
W T arham, William, archbishop of 

Canterbury, i. 139, 156; ii. 219. 
Warming, E., Copenhagen, vii. 40. 
Warneford, Henry, and Anne ; and 

Mary, their daughter, iv. 118. 
Warner, Mrs., Burford, [1796], v. 31. 
Warner, George Frederic, vi. 187. 
Warren, , Barton, Warwickshire, 

[1625], iii. 154. 
Warren, A. W., engraver, v. 96. 
Warren, Algernon William, Bristol, vi. 

189. 

Warren, Edward P., vii. 32. 
Warton, Thomas, Life of Sir T. Pope 

cited, i. 138. 
Warwick, countess of; [see Nevill] Jane 

Dudley, [1543], ii. 22. 
Warwick, earl of; see Rich. 
Warwick, Sir Philip, iii. 162. 
Waryne, David, i. 103. 



Wassborn, Richard, son of John, vii. 
109. 

Waterland, Daniel, v. 75. 

Waters, , vicar of St. Peter's in E., 
Oxf., [1490], vii. 120. 

Watson, John, bishop of Winchester, 
ii. 172. 

Watson, John, bequest, [1582], iii. 266. 

Watson, W., [1594], hi. 31. 

Watt, Robert, Bibliotheca Britannica 
cited, v. 96. 

Watt, Sarah, daughter of Francis, vi. 
146. 

Way, Robert, bookseller and book- 
binder, iii. 36, 48; his initials 
stamped on the Register of Ad- 
missions beginning at 1616. 

Waynflete, John, dean of Chichester, 
i. 6; ii. 215; visits the College with 
Edw. IV, [1481], i. 8-9. 

Webb, , a glazier, [1720], v. 7. 

Webb, Benjamin, vii. 49. 

Webb, Daniel, painter, v. 5. 

Weekes, John and Joan, iii. 87. 

Weelks, Robert, iv. 135. 

Weelks, Stephen, Ripon, and his father 
Stephen, iv. 134, 135, 163, 164. 

Welchman, , alderman, Brackley, v. 

15- 

Welden, Elizabeth, ii. 161. 
Wellesley, Arthur, duke of Wellington, 

v. 118; vi. 13; in the Common 

Room in June, 1830, avowed his 

earnest attachment to the Church, 

vi. 8 ; portrait, vi. 30. 
Wellesley, Henry, third duke of 

Wellington, vii. 10. 
Wells, or \Vellis, John, i. 68, 130. 
Wells, , [1602], iii. 35. 
Wells, , [1699], iv. 52. 
Welman, Simon, M.P. , iv. 99. 
Wentworth, Thomas, Lincoln's Inn, iii. 

40, 79. 

Were, , [1482], i. 10. 
Wesley, Samuel, [1705], iv. 54. 
West, , Oxford, [1661], iv. 16. 
West, , bookseller, [1686], iv. 27, 

48. 
West, Richard, Oriel Coll., and his wife, 

iv. 132. 
West, Thomas, lord De La Warr, i. 

23. 

Westcote, Gervase, iv. 87. 
Westly, , Oxford, [1661], iv. 15. 
Weston, Edward, De triplici hominis 

officio cited, iii. 264. 
Weston, Hugh, D.D., i. 146. 
Weston, John, bedell, [ 1 485-6] , i. 1 74 n., 

179. 



7 6 



INDEX III 



Wethered, Sarah, daughter of Thomas, 

vi. 196. 

Whately, Martha, ii. 195. 
Whately, William, ii. 194, 195. 
Wheatley, Henry B., ii. 147. 
Wheeler, Jo., Oxford, [1661], iv. 17. 
\Vheeler, William, Oxford, v. 102. 
Wheeler, William, Hungerford, v. 143. 
Wheelock, Abraham, iv. 81. 
Whiston, William, iv. 171. 
Whitaker, Thomas Dunham, Dttcatus 

Leodiensis cited, iii. 148; Hist, of 

Craven cited, v. 108. 
Whitbread, Samuel, v. 112. 
Whitbread, Thomas, a Jesuit, iv. 154. 
White, , fuller, Oxford, [1661], iv. 16. 
White, , chemist, [1692], iv. 50. 
White, , labourer, [1713], v. 3. 
White, , a lawyer, [1799], v. 33. 
White, , London, donor of copies by 

his son of portraits by Vandyke, 

[1837], vi. 15. 
White, , bell -hanger, Appleton, vi. 

5. 

White, Alice, ii. 72. 
White, Anne, daughter of N., Appleton, 

vi. 180. 

White, Blanco, v. 154. 
White, Elizabeth, mother of Richard 

White, iii. 154; Elizabeth, niece of 

the same, iii. 155. 
\Vhite, Gilbert, Hist, of Selborne, 

mentioned, iii. 70 . ; iv. 84. 
White, Henry, mason and carpenter, 

ii. 35, 82. 
White, Henry, alderman of Oxford, iv. 

126. 
White, John, bishop of Winchester, 

Visitor, Decree about election of 

President; [1556], iii. 8. 
White, Matthew, iii. 154. 
White, Richard, glover, iii. 59. 
White, Sir Sampson, Oxford, iv. 15 

bis, 16, 21. 
White, Thomas, warden of New 

College, ii. 72. 
White, Thomas, and Daniel and 

Thomas, his sons, iii. 154, 155 bis. 
White, William, and his daughter 

Elizabeth, iii. 155. 
Whitefield, George, v. 136; Letter to 

Dr. Durell cited, iv. 183. 
Whitelock, Bulstrode, Memorials cited, 

vii. 115. 

Whitgift, John, archbishop of Canter- 
bury, ii. 171, 172, 174, 178. 
Whiting, Charles, iv. 150. 
Whitney, William, [1486], vii. 119. 
Whitton, Owen and George, ii. 86. 



Whorwood, Mrs., , [Headington], v. 

118. 
Whytnam, , Abingdon, [1486], vii. 

119. 

Wichcock, Francis, iii. 173. 
Wickham, Henry, iii. 81. 
Widhoke, William, [1487], vii. 119. 
Wiggins, , a labourer, [1642-7], iii. 

55 5 iv - 5- 

Wightwick, John, v. 64. 
Wilberforce, Samuel, bishop of Oxford, 

v. 123, 140; vi. 65, 67, 69; letter to 

Pres. Routh, vi. 92. 
Wilcox, , College bailiff, [1678-9], 

iv. 31, 32. 

Wild, Dr. Robert, iv. 96. 
Wilkins, , [1716], v. 5. 
Wilkins, David, v. 7. 
Wilkins, Dr. John, iv. 88. 
Wilkinson, Anne, second wife of Dr. 

Henry, iv. 75 bit. 
Wilkinson, Elizabeth, first wife of Dr. 

Henry, iv. 75. 
Wilkinson, Elizabeth, James, and Mary, 

children of Dr. Henry, iv. 75. 
Wilkinson, Henry, canon of Ch. Ch., 

iv. 70 ., 74. 
Wilkinson, John, Queen s College, iii. 

118 . 

Wilkinson, John, M.D., iv. 73, 74. 
Wilkinson, William, Adwick-le-Street, 

Yorkshire, iv. 70. 
Willement, Thomas, vi. 22. 
William HI, King, iv. 25, 44, 48, 92, 103, 

117, 125, 137, 138 ter, 139, 140 bis, 

141, 142 sape, 143, 145 bis, 146 ; 

Vota Oxoniensia on his coronation, 

iv. 164. 
William IV, King, v. 46, 47 ; his wife, 

Queen Adelaide, visits the college in 

1835, vi. 10 ; and gave font to Tubney 

church, 1847, v. 28. 
William, bishop of Sidon, suffragan, 

[1477-86], i. 91, 102, 106. 
Williams, widow, Star inn, Oxford, 

[1613], iii. 43. 
Williams and Son, Stationers' Court, 

London, v. 72. 
Williams, George, Radcliffe Librarian, 

vi. 76. 

Williams, Isaac, vi. 108. 
Williams, John, lord, of Thame, ii. 34. 
Williams, Richard, death, [1844], vi. 

23- 

Williams, Thomas Powell, vii. 92. 
Williams, William Rosser, D.C.L., v. 

"3- 

Williamson, Sir Joseph, iii. 191. 
Williamson, Martin, i. 34. 



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Williamson, Robert, senior, iii. 150 ; 

Dove and James, two sons, ib. 151. 
Willis, , Oxford, [1661], iv. 15. 
Willis, Browne, v. 9 ; Survey of 

Cathedrals cited, i. 95 n. ; ii. 85 ; iii. 

86; his MSS., iii. 122, 149 n. 
Willis, Richard, bishop of Winchester, 

Visitor, iv. 177; v. 9, 10, n, 67 

sape, 69. 
Willoughby, Christopher, his widow, 

v. 77. 
Willoughby, lady Jane, countess of 

Nottingham, obit. i. 13. 
Willoughby, Katherine, baroness, ii. 

75- 
Willoughby, lady Matilda de, death, i. 

29. 
Willoughby, Thomas and Katherine, 

iii. 112. 

Wilmot, John, iv. 124. 
Wilsford, Edmund, D.D., [provost of 

Oriel College] , i. 49 ; his burial, i. 

69. 

Wilson, , musician, [1576], iii. 5. 
Wilson, David, dean of dioc. Aberdeen, 

v. 122. 
Wilson [" Volusenus "], Florentius, i. 

163. 
Wilson, [Richard?], Broadgates Hall, 



Wilson, Thomas, D.D., ii. 217 ; v. 

105. 
Wilson, lady William, [1660], iv. 

187. 
Wilson, William Scott, bishop of 

Glasgow, vi. 186. 

Winchcombe, an abbot of, [1481], i. 7. 
Winder, Henry, vi. 166. 
Wing, William, Annals of North Aston 

cited, v. 113. 

Winnington, , iv. no n. 
Winston, Charles, vi. 22. 
Winwood, Sir Ralph, iii. 106, 115. 
Winwood, Richard, iii. 87. 
Wirtemberg, Prince of, [Frederic, after- 

wards king of], [1797], v. 32. 
Wise, , alderman of Oxford, [1724], 

iv. 161. 

Wise, Thomas, iv. 84. 
Wiseman, Nicholas Patrick Stephen, 

cardinal, ii. 218; vi. 129. 
Witheall, or Whitehall, Matthew, D.D., 

[1534.]. J 3- 
Witt, Richard, iv. 112. 
Wodecocke, Henry, ii. pp. x, xi. 
Wodhams, Isaac, master of Brackley 

School, [1882-99], v 'i- 4> J 8. 
W r odyngton, , [1490], vii. 121. 
Wolfe, John, printer, iii. 98 bis. 



Wolley, Sir John, iii. 28. 

Womack, Lawrence, [bishop of St. 

David's], iv. 77. 
Wood, , racket-court, Oxford, iv. 

J 35- 

Wood, Anthony, cited, i. viii. 30, 31, 
8l, 82, 83 ter, 85, 86 bis, 88 ter, 89, 
90 bis, 91, 101, 105, no, 112, 125 
'ter, 136, 142, 147, 148 bis, 156, 164, 
175 ; ii.pp. vii bis, viii, 50, 51, 53, 55 
., 65, 71, 84 n., 91, 150, 151, 153, 
156, 159, 166, 167, 178, 214; iii. 43 
et passim ; iv. 5 n., et passim ; v. 1 77 ; 
vii. 103, 115. 

Wood, Edward, his burial, i. 27. 

Wood, George, vi. [54. 

Wood, Katherine Elizabeth, daughter 
of Charles, vi. 148. 

Wood, Paul, iii. 84. 

Wood, Robert, brother of Anthony, iv. 
102. 

Wood, Thomas, bishop of Lichfield, iv. 

122. 

Woodall, Jane, i. 171. 
Woodbine, Catherine, v. 73. 
Woodbridge, Thomas, vintner, iv. 126. 
Woodby, or Woolby, Robert, bequest to 

Waynfleet School, iii. 6; iv. 25. 
Wo[o]de, William, i. 21. 
Woodgate, Henry Arthur, vi. 152. 
Woodman, David, iii. 92. 
Woolsey, William George, vi. 174. 
Worcester, earl of; see Somerset. 
Worde, Wynkyn de, ii. 143 bis; iii. 126, 

195. 
Wordsworth, Charles, bishop of St. 

Andrews, v. 126. 

Workman, John, Gloucester, iv. 72. 
Worley, Nicholas, ii. pp. ix, x, xi. 
Worseley, Sir Edward, ii. 220. 
Worsley, Charles, Finchley, vi. 177. 
Wotton, Sir Henry, iii. 132, 148. 
Wotton, Nicholas, ii. 138 bis. 
Wotton, Thomas, ii. 221. 
Wotton, William, organ-maker, i. 19, 

21. 

Wrench, James, iii. 39. 
Wright, , [1554], ii. 3- 
Wright, , [coroner], [1631], iii. 50. 
Wright, Ichabod, v. 166. 
Wright, Martin, goldsmith, iii. 34, 42, 

57, 154; iv. 9. 
Wright, Richard, iv. 41. 
Wright, Thomas, ii. 166. 
Wriothesley, Henry, fourth earl of 

Southampton, iii. 34. 
Wriothesley, Sir Thomas, Garter, i. 96. 
Wriothesley, Thomas, first earl of 

Southampton, i. 161, 162. 



INDEX III 



Write, Richard, and his wife Ellenor, 



Wryth, Robert, ii. 8. 

Wyans, , carpenter and bell-ringer, 

[1605], iii. 36 bis. 
Wyatt, [Sir] Jeffrey, v. 28 ; vi. 158. 
Wybergh, Anne, daughter of Christo- 

pher Hilton, vi. 172. 
Wyche, Rebecca and Susan, iii. 177. 
Wyche, T., ii. 213 bis. 
Wykeham, William of, bishop of Win- 

chester, vi. 48. 
Wykes, William, i. 68. 
Wyld, , [1490], vii. 121. 
Wylkshire, , [1605], iii. 36, 
Wynchecombe, , [1592], iii. 29. 
Wynman, John, i. 20. 
Wynn, Sir William Watkins, v. 61. 
Wynslow, , [1509], i. 66. 
Wyse, , [1718], v. 5. 
Wytweye, W., [1486], vii. 119. 

Yalden, W., [1594], iii. 31. 

Yalden, William, notary, [1641], iii. 

p. x. 
Yall, or Yatt, Robert, i. 137. 



Yeate, Francis, iii. 154. 

Yeoman s, Thomas, master of Brackley 

School, iv. 52, 54. 
Yerbury, William, John, and Richard, 

iii. 194. 

Yetsweirt, Charles, iii. 98. 
Yngson, John, i. 98. 
Yonge, John, Master of the Rolls, i. 

103; ii. 10. 

Yorke, Edward, iii. 135. 
Yorke, William, iii. 175. 
Young, , bell-hanger, [1686] iv. 

38. 
Young, , Milton, Oxfordshire, [1661], 

iv. 1 6 bis. 
Young, Thomas, archbishop of York, 

ii. 140 bis. 
Yule, Henry, Plymouth, vi. 180. 



Zedler, , Universal-Lexicon cited, v. 

4. 

Zinzano, Nicholas, iv. 51. 
Zoffany, Johann, vii. 13. 
Zouch, [Richard?], Oxford, [1661], iv. 



INDEX IV 



PLACES AND COUNTRIES 



Abbotskerswell, Devon, vi. 165. 
Abbot's Langley, Hertfordshire, v. 130. 
Aberdeen, vii. 65. 
Aberford, Yorkshire, vi. 146. 
Abingdon, Berkshire, i. 23, 34 ; ii. 72 ; 

iv. 18, 22, 23, 85, 89; vi. 32; vii. 

119, 121. 

Ackworth, Yorkshire, v. 66 ; vi. 102. 
Acle, Norfolk, iv. 171. 
Adderbury, Oxfordshire, iv. 114. 
Addingham, Yorkshire, vi. 163. 
Adisham, Kent, iii. 156 ; iv. 182. 
Admington, [Warwickshire?], vi. n. 
Adwick-le-Street, Yorkshire, iv. 7; 74- 
Africa, South, vii. 20. 
Akeley, Buckinghamshire, iii. 168. 
Albourne ["Aulborne"] Sussex, v. 19. 
Albury, Oxon, v. 62, 81 bis. 
Alcester, Warwickshire, vi. 181. 
Alexandria, Egypt ; grant towards a 

church, vi. 36. 
Aligafh, India, vii. 88. 
Allbrook (?), vi. 68. 
Almondbury, Yorkshire, v. 160. 
Alresford, Hampshire, ii. 171 ; iii. 152; 

viii. 23. 

Althorp, Lincolnshire, v. 74. 
Alton, Hampshire, vi. 15, 47, 57, 69, 

72 ; vii. 3, n. 

Alverstoke, Hampshire, ii. 131. 
America [see Kenyon College; Philadel- 
phia], v. 155 ; grant in relief to clergy, 

1 775> v - 22 5 Sam. Massingberd 

drowned in the river Delaware, 1777, 

v. no. 

Amersham, Buckinghamshire, vii. 73. 
Amport, Hampshire, vi. 34, 40, 59 ; 

vii. 16, 23. 

Ampthill, Bedfordshire, iv. 33. 
Amsterdam, i. 91 ; iii. 90, 91 ; iv. 31 ., 

79, 80, 81 ; v. 27. 
Andover, Hampshire, ii. 49, 186; iv. 

25; v. ii, 40; vi. 44, 48, 62; vii. 

26, 28. 
Ansley, Warwickshire, iv. 131. 



Antigua, vi. 47. 

Antingham St. Mary, Norfolk, v. 144. 

Antwerp, iii. 81. 

Apesthorpe, Yorkshire, prebend, i. 130, 

132. 

Appleby, Leicestershire, i. 86. 
Appleby, Westmorland, vii. 87. 
Appleton, Berkshire, iii. 191 ; iv. 23, 

91 bis, 123, 132; v. 8, 22, 23, 84; 

vi. n, 26, 30, 41, 62, 86, 180; vii. 

3, 5> X 3- 

Ardley, Oxfordshire, iii. 106, 141 ;v. 107. 
Argyll, grant to the diocese, vi. 36. 
Armagh, ii. 53 ; iv. 166, 167 bis. 
Armitage Bridge, Yorkshire, vii. 101. 
Armley, Yorkshire, vii. 25 . 
Armthorpe, Yorkshire, iv. 73. 
Arundel, Sussex, ii. 178. 
Asgarby, prebend, Lincolnshire, i. 85. 
Ashbrittle, Somerset, iii. 175. 
Ash bury, Berkshire,!, p. viii, 104, 134; ii. 

47,67, 81, 89, 138; iii. 31, 158,159; 

v. 49, 79, 82, 85; vi. 21, 27,38, 55, 

64, 74, 167, 181 ; vii. 6, 12, 18, 19, 

24, 26. 

Ashcott, Somerset, ii. 62. 
Ashford, Kent, i. 139 ; v. 64. 
Ashington, Sussex, vi. 65, 66. 
Ashling, Sussex, iii. 192. 
Ashurst, Sussex, iv. 169 ; vi. 60, 65, 71 ; 

vii. 28 ; ad vowson bought, 1820; v. 52. 
Assington, Suffolk, v. no. 
Aston, near Birmingham, iv. 127. 
Aston, Oxfordshire, iii. 154 ; vii. 19. 23. 
Aston, North, Oxfordshire, ii. 67, 163 ; 

v. 113 bis. 
Aston Abbots, Buckinghamshire, iii. 

141. 
Aston Tyrrold, Berkshire, iii. 40 ; iv. 

122 ; v. 24, 128, 131 ; vi. 22, 26 bis, 

28, 29, 34, 36, 37, 41, 55, 61, 86, 

146; vii. 3, 6, 13, 24,31. 
Astwick, alias Chapel wike, Ashbury, 

Berkshire; [see Ashbury], iii. 31. 
Aswardby, Lincolnshire, ii. 119. 



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INDEX IV 



Atcham, Shropshire, iv. 29 bis. 
Athens, British School at, vii. 21, 27, 

40, 94. 

Atherstone, Warwickshire, v. 162 . 
Attleborough, Norfolk, ii. 171. 
Australia, vi. 107 ., 118, 132, 169; 

grants for Church extension, 1841, vi. 

16, 1 66. 

Avingham, Essex, iii. 177. 
Avington, Hampshire, iv. 69. 
Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, v. 16, 79 ; 

vi. 54 ; vii. 1 20. 
Aynho, Northamptonshire, ii. 72, 139; 

iii. 30 ; iv. 25 ; v. 30 ; vi. 2 1, 57, 74 ; 

vii. n, 13. 
Ayott St. Peter, Hertfordshire, ii. 84. 

Bablock Hythe, Stanton Harcourt, 

Oxfordshire, vii. 7. 
Babworth, Nottinghamshire, ii. 97. 
Backwell, Somerset, v. i^ bis. 
Balcombe, Sussex, ii. 127. 
Baldwin Krightwell, Oxfordshire, ii. 

171, 180. 

Bampton, Oxfordshire, iii. 194; v. 133. 
Banbury, Oxfordshire, i. 147 ; ii. 73, 

!57 X 94 !95; I"- 57. V 1 J iv - 2 3 ; 

v. 100; Hosp. of St. John, i. 146. 
Bangor, ii. 165. 
Banwell, Somerset, ii. 87. 
Barbadoes, iii. 252. 
Barcheston, Warwickshire, vi. 16, 29, 

67 ; vii. 4. 

Bardfield, Essex, ii. 168. 
Barford, Great and Little, Oxfordshire, 

vii. 16, 17, 23, 29. 
Barking, Essex, Dakenham Place, ii. 

pp. x, xi. 

Barlborough, Derbyshire, iv. 163. 
Barnes, Surrey, iii. 177. 
Barnet, New, Hertfordshire, vii. 101. 
Barningham, Yorkshire, v. 152. 
Barrow-upon-Humber, Lincolnshire, v. 

144. 

Barton ; see Headington. 
Bartonsham, or Barsham, prebend in 

Hereford Cathedral, i. 101. 
Basford, Nottinghamshire, vi. 151. 
Basildon, Berkshire, v. 55 ; vi. 145. 
Basing, Hampshire, iv. 33; v. 31,41, 

42,44.47. 48, 795 vi - I2 > 38, 58.59, 
60 bis, 69, 72, 176; vii. 16, 18, 23, 

32, 34- 

Basingstoke, Hampshire, i. 119, 154; 
ii. 71; iii. 70, 102; iv. 5, 50, 174; v. 
13 bis, 20, 23, 37,55, 6 5,77,84, i?3; 
vi. 14, 23, 38, 45, 52, 54, 58 bis, 60 
bis, 64. 73, 159; vii. 14, 20, 21, 27, 

32, 121. 



Basle, ii. 53, 68, 165, 216. 

Bassingthorpe, Lincolnshire, iv. 170. 

Batcombe, Somerset, ii. 155, 156; iii. 
147. 

Bath, ii. 195 ; v. 87 ., 88, 133, 134, 
135, J 375 vi.8, 86, 157, 166; Down- 
side monastery, vii. 4. 

Bathwick, Somerset, ii. 170. 

Beaconsfield, Buckinghamshire, iv. 174 ; 
v. 48, 63, 82 bis, 154; vi. 30, 63, 65 
ter, 161 bis, 162 ; vii. 28, 60 ; the 
advowson bought, 1707; iv. 55. 

Beakesbourne, Kent, iii. 131. 

Beaumaris, Anglesea, v. 59 bis. 

Beaumont, Essex, v. 163. 

Beckington, Somerset, iv. 96. 

Beckley, Oxfordshire, i. 67 ; v. 155 ; vi. 
162. 

Bedford, prebend of Bedford Major, i. 
127; Bedford Minor, i. 1 30. 

Bedfordshire, i. 126. 

Beeding, Lower, [St. Leonard's Forest], 
Sussex, vi. 9, 13, 15, 16 bis, 21, 39, 

40, 45, 115, 147; advowson sold, 
1859, vi. 13, 49, 145. 

Beeding, Upper, Sussex, [see also Sele], 
i. 141 ; ii. 188 ; iv. 78 ; v. 10, 16, 17, 
22, 24, 25 bis, 31, 51, 66, 106, 131 ; 
vi. 14, 17, 32, 36 bis, 38, 57, 65, 68, 
81, 106 ., in, ii2. 

Beenham Valence, Berkshire, iii. 30 ; 
vi. 28. 

Begbroke, Oxfordshire, v. 107. 

Beighton, Norfolk, vi. 21, 26, 34, 39, 

41, 49, 53, 69 bis, 74; vii. 4 [dele 
"Suffolk"], 5, 27, 28. 

Belfast, v. 150. 

Belgium, vi. 157. 

Belton, Suffolk, ii. 63; vi. 29, 36, 39, 

60, 62, 70, 74; vii. 14, 34. 
Benares, vii. 60. 
Bensington, [al. Benson], Oxfordshire, 

ii. 41 ; iii. 30, 31 ; vi. 18, 20, 36, 49, 

56, 63 ; vii. 6, 19, 20. 
Bergholt, Essex, ii. 168. 
Berkeley, Gloucestershire, ii. 93, 96 ; iv. 

107 n., 108 n. ; v. 55. 
Berlin, iv. 79, 80, 161. 
Berne, ii. 68; vi. 185. 
Bersted, Kent, iii. 149. 
Berwick, -Sussex, ii. 68. 
Berwick Salome, Oxfordshire, vi. 20; 

vii. 19, 30. 

Berwick-npon-Tweed, ii. 159 ; iv. 85. 
Beverley, Yorkshire, vi. 146 ; prebend 

of St. Andrew, i. 142 ; St. Mary's, 

v. 83. 

Beverstone, Gloucestershire, ii. 
Bewbush, Sussex, v. 13. 



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Bexhill, Sussex, ii. 68. 
Beyton, Suffolk, v. 153. 
Bicester, Oxfordshire, v. 8. 
Bicker, Lincolnshire, ii. 62, 119. 
Biggleswade, Huntingdonshire ; pre- 
bend, i. 130. 

Bildeston, Suffolk, v. 79 bis. 
Billing, Great, Northamptonshire, iv. 73. 
Bilton, Warwickshire, iii. 179; iv. 168 

bis, 169. 

Binbrooke, Lincolnshire, iii. 73. 
Bingham, Nottinghamshire, vi. 117, 128. 
Birch, Little, Essex, ii. 187. 
Birdbrook, Essex, vi. 161. 
Birdingbnry, Warwickshire, iv. 124. 
Birmingham, iii. 179; v. 3; vi. 173; 

vii. 85. 

Birr, King's County, Ireland, vii. 97. 
Birstal, Yorkshire, ii. 141. 
Bisham, Buckinghamshire, i. 159. 
Bishopsbourne, Kent, iii. 131, 170. 
Bishop's Cleeve, Gloucestershire,!. 115 ; 

ii. 155 ; vi. 24, 27. 
Bishopstoke, Hampshire, iv. 109. 
Bishopstone, Wiltshire,!. 114, 148. 
Bishop's Waltham, Hampshire, ii. 167. 
Bishop Wearmouth, Durham, viii. 25. 
Bitton, Wiltshire ; prebend, i. 140. 
Blackland, Wiltshire, iii. 130. 
Blandford, Dorsetshire, v. ii. 
Bletchingdon, Oxfordshire, ii. 92, 93, 

143 ; iv. 28, 96. 

Bletchley, Buckinghamshire, iii. 133. 
Blewbury, Berkshire, ii. 138 ; vii. 121. 
Blickling, Norfolk, vi. 176. 
Blockley, Worcestershire, i. 14, 15. 
Bloxham, Oxfordshire, vi. 25, 42, 48, 

58, 64. 

Blyton, Lincolnshire, v. 134, 156. 
Bodicote, Oxfordshire, [? "Bodycourt ", 

v. 3], v. 166. 

Boldon, Durham, iv. 128, 134. 
Bologna, iv. 161. 

Bolton Abbey, Yorkshire, v. 1 31 ter, 1 32 . 
Bolton Percy, Yorkshire, i. 164 ; ii. 55, 

151 ; viii. 23. 
Bombay, v. 51. 
Bonhommes, College of, Hertfordshire, 

i. 25. 
Borneo, grants to the Church mission, 

vi. 38, 49. 

Borough, Lincolnshire ; see Burgh. 
Bosham, Sussex, i. 156, 162. 
Boston, Lincolnshire, i. 152; iii. 6; v. 

42, 152. 

Botley, Oxfordshire, iv. 128. 
Botolph's, St., Sussex ; see Bramber. 
Boughton Malherbe, Kent, i. 122. 
Boughton-under-Blean, Kent, vi. 177. 

VIII. 



Bourton, Berkshire, vii. 37. 

Bourton-on-the-Hill, Gloucestershire, 
iii. 69. 

Bourton-on-the- Water, Gloucestershire, 
ii. 171. 

Boxford, Berkshire, ii. 183 ; vii. 119. 

Boxwell, Gloucestershire, ii. 124; v. 57 
and n. 

Boycote, Kent, iv. 66. 

Boyton, Wiltshire, v. 78, 82, 133; vi. 
49 6 3> 1 S3> l6 3; purchase of the 
ad vow son, 1729, v. 10 ; benefice 
united to Sherrington, 1907 ; vii. 29. 

Brackley, Northamptonshire, i. 15, 61, 
135; ii. 82, 86; iii. 31, 145; iv. 25, 
76, 77 5 v. 45, 59 bis; vi. 13, 14, 41, 
44, 46, 47, 57, 58, 67, 71, 73, 74; 
vii. 4^, u, 18, 33, 121 ter. 

chantry priest at the hospital, i. 93, 

155- 

bells sold, 1549, ii. 26. 

the College there, in hired house, 
1508, i. 64; 1533, ii. ii ; 1544, ii. 
21 ; 1563, ii. 36; 1571, ii. 43^- 

School : iii. 20 ; repaired, iii. 59 ; iv. 
9, 12, 50 bis, 51, 52 bis, 54 bis, 56 ; v. 
!4> 15, 17,25. 30, 4. 435 vi. 12, 14, 
26, 37, 52, 55, 56, 60; vii. 5, 22; 
masters, iv. 8, 50, 52 ; v. 43; vi. 53 ; 
bell and clock, vi. 50 ; gymnasium, 
vii. 16, 17; schemes for improvement, 
vi. 31, 44-7 ; scheme agreed on with 
the County Council (1908), vii. 29; 
grant for income increased, 1901, vii. 
21 ; grants for various objects, vii. 26, 
29; exhibitions given, vii. 13, 17, 26. 

Chapel repaired, 1635, ^- 5 leaden 
roof removed and sold, 1669, iv. 24, 
25 ; repaired, iv. 24, 32, 33, 48, 49 ; 
v. 10, 14, 15; vi. 36, 41, 45, 49, 64, 
73 ; vii. 1 2 ; reclaimed by the college, 
vi. 40 ; restoration for Sunday service, 
1860-1, vi. 47, 52, 53 ; [a stone pulpit 
erected in May, 1893] ; grant of chapel 
for parish use, vi. 62-3 ; conveyed to 
the Vicar of Brackley, vi. 64 ; organ, 
vii. 23. 

Church cleaned, 1571, ii. 42 ; re- 
paired, 1677-9, i v - 3' 3 1 > r 839.vi. 14 ; 
1873, vi. 69; organ, vi. 23; grants to 
the parish, vi. 63 ; churchyard, vii. 18. 

site, &c., for parochial schools, vi. 
65 ; additional grant, vii. 14. 

Bradfield, Berkshire, vi. 155. 
Bradford, Somerset, vi. 24, 50 ; vii. 10. 
Bradford, Yorkshire, vi. 94. 
Bradwell, Oxfordshire, iv. 69. 
Bradwell, Suffolk, vi. 14, 27, 39, 60, 
70; vii. 13, 27. 



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INDEX IV 



Brafield-on-the-Green, Northampton- 
shire, vi. 1 54. 
Brailes, Northamptonshire, i. 30; v. 

109. 

Braishfield, Hampshire, vi. 43 ; vii. 33. 

Bramber, Sussex, i. 102, 150; ii. 71; 

iii. 39, 103, 107, 125, 128, 145, 153; 

iv. 163, 173; v. 16, 24, 28, 62, 107; 

vi. 10, 18, 38, 52, 153 : St. Botolph s 

church repaired, 1835-42; vi. 8, 18; 

1862, vi. 55 ; 1899, vii. 18. 

Bramdean, Hampshire, vi. 66, 68 ; vii. 

7, 17, 32 bis, 34. 
Bramshott, Hampshire, i. 121. 
Brancaster, Norfolk, vii. 13, 33 bis. 
Brandiston (al. Brandeston), Norfolk, 
1.153; ii. 81, 96, 170; iii. 175, 262; 
v. 37, 41, 66, 78, 106 ter, 155; vi. 
23, 24, 28, 29, 34 bis, 43, 65, 134, 
135, 136 ; vii. 5, 34 ; sale of advow- 
son, vii. 4. 

Branston, Lincolnshire, iv. 120; vi. 87. 
Brant Broughton, Lincolnshire, vii. 8-9. 
Braunston, Warwickshire, vi. 96. 
Bray, Berkshire, iv. 14; v. 58, 77. 
Braytoft and Gunby, Lincolnshire, v. 

129. 

Brayton, Yorkshire, ii. 152. 
Brayton-in-Hales, Shropshire, viii. 25. 
Brecon, a prebendary, iii. 177. 
Breda, Holland, v. 169. 
Brede, Sussex, v. 86. 
Bredy, Long, Dorset, ii. 84. 
Brentford, Middlesex, iv. 84. 
Bridestow, Devon, ii. 78. 
Bridgefoid, East, Nottinghamshire, ii. 
5i 2 7 36, 81, 126; iii. 30, 141 ; iv. 
126 ; v. 31 ; vi. 13, 26, 28, 31, 46, 49, 
54, 55. 67, 69, 74, 158; vii. 13, 18, 
19, 24, 26. 

Bridgewater, Somerset, v. 134, 136. 
Bridgnorth, Shropshire, iv. 19. 
Bridport, Dorset, iii. 103. 
Brighstone, Isle of Wight, iii. 142, 177. 
Brighthampton , Oxfordshire, vi. n, 49. 
Brightling, Sussex, ii. 139. 
Brighton, Sussex, vi. 113, 161. 
Brightwell, Berkshire, iii. 113; v. 14; 

vii. 104, 119, 121 ; viii. 23. 
Brington, Huntingdonshire, ii. 84, 124. 
Brington, Northamptonshire, iii. 1 88. 
"Brissam" (? Bristol), an abbot of, i. 10. 
Bristol, i. 166; ii. 97,123, 124; iv-96; 
v. 156 bis, 157; vi. 168, 189, 190; 
vii. 85, 119; Bedminster, i. 167; 
All Saints, v. 130; Clifton College, 
vi. 189, 190. 

Brixworth, Northamptonshire, prebend, 
i. 87. 



Brize Norton, Oxfordshire, i. 113. 
Broadwater, Sussex, iii. 146. 
Brocklesby, Lincolnshire, v. 114. 
Brodsworth, Yorkshire, vi. 158. 
Brokehampton, Oxfordshire, iii. 30. 
Bromley, Kent, iii. 131, 174; v. 156, 

162 ; vi. 32, 40, 53, 56, 146. 
Bromsgrove, Worcestershire, iv. 89. 
Brooke, Kent, ii. 145. 
Broughton, Buckinghamshire, vi. 83. 
Broughton, Huntingdonshire, iii. 108. 
Broughton, Wiltshire, i. 135. 
Broughton Pogis, Oxfordshire, iii. 156. 
Brussels, vii. 23. 
Bruton, Somerset, ii. 88, 89; v. 152; 

vi. 1 66. 
Bubbenhall, Warwickshire, v. 64; 

prebend, v. 74. 
Buckingham, iii. 149 .; iv. 52; vii. 32, 

33- 

Buckland, Berkshire, iv. 118; v. 132. 
Buckminster, Leicestershire, iv. 71, 72. 
Bucknell, Oxfordshire, i. 94. 
Bulkington, Warwickshire, ii. 184. 
Bungay, Suffolk, v. 30. 
Bures, Suffolk, v. 109. 
Burford, Oxfordshire, i. 61 ; iv. 67. 
Burgate and Brandon, Suffolk, v. 83. 
Burgh, Lincolnshire, ii. 28, 95 ; iii. 190 ; 

iv. 60 ; vi. 67, 70 ; vii. 31. 
Burghfield, Berkshire, iii. 145, 169, 174. 
Buriton, Hampshire, ii. 127 ; vi. 72. 
Burmarsh, Kent, iii. 183. 
Burmington, Warwickshire, v. 7. 
Burnet, Somerset, ii. 136. 
Burnley, Lancashire, iv. 40. 
Burton, Yorkshire, ii. 131. 
Burton-by-Lincoln, ii. 124. 
Burton and Coates, Sussex, v. 70. 
Burwash, Sussex, ii. 75 ; v. 166. 
Bury St. Edmund's, Suffolk, ii. 213; 

v. 79. 

Cadeby, Leicestershire, v. 73. 

Caen, v. 164. 

Calais, ii. 168. 

Calbounie, Isle of Wight, iii. 142. 

Calcutta, v. 153. 

Caldecott, Suffolk, vii. 22. 

Calne, Wiltshire, iii. 154; vi. 118; 

Quemberford, in Calne, iii. 155. 
Calverton, Bucks, ii. 139. 
Camberwell, Surrey, vi. 1 70. 
Cambridge, i. 83, 138, 152 ; ii. 42, 123, 

!39 !55> I8 4> l8 9 *9 J >' "i- 5 7 2 > 
106, 108, no, 123, 126, 132, 134 bis, 
136, 145, 147, 151 bis, 152 bis, 156, 
157 bis, 159, 166, 169, 174 bis, 190; 
iv- 5> 57> 60, 68, 69, 76, 88, 95, 96, 



PLACES AND COUNTRIES 



97, 99 bis, 102, iv^bis, 121, 173; v. 5, 
105; vi. 98, 178, 188 ; vii. 43, 66, 
79, 97, 98, 101, 116, 121 ; collection 
for a fire there, 1570, ii. 42. 
Cambridge, Caius College, vii. 39. 

St. Catherine's Hall or College, iv. 
6, 67, 76, 156; vii. 115. 

Christ's College, iii. 138; iv. 152 ; v. 
in ; vii. 44. 

Clare College, vii. 8. 

Corpus Christi College, ii. 88 ; iv. 
I 5 2 > i54> X 55; vi. 171; vii. 8. 

Emmanuel College, iii. 189; iv. 78; 
v. 66 ; vi. 165. 

Jesus College, vi. 167. 

St. John's College, ii. 171; iv. 65, 
67, 114; v. 79, 105; vi. 171, 181. 

King's College, vii. 88. 

Pembroke College, vii. 33. 

Peter House, ii. 172; v. no. 

Queens' College, iv. 75. 

Sidney Sussex College, ii. 1 79 ; vii. 
26. 

Trinity College, iv. 65, 86, 161 ; v. 
122 ., 161 ; vi. 189 ; vii. 88. 

Trinity Hall, vii. 14. 

University Library, iii. 126; vi. 171. 

Cambridge graduates declared in- 
eligible for Oxford fellowships, 1797, 
v. 32. 

Cambridge, New England, Harvard 

College, iv. 70. 

Campsall Hall, Yorkshire, ii. 181. 
Canada, grant for churches, 1816, v. 

48 ; for ministers, 1835, vi- 8. 
Candlesby, Lincolnshire, ii. 36; iii. 41, 

43, 63 ; iv. 37, 51 bis ; v. 37, 38, 41, 

4 2 > 6 5. 73, 79, 82, 85, 103, 106 bis, 

127, 130; vi. 12, 64, 65,69, 84,115; 

vii. 6, 10, 13, 15, 17 bis, 33. 
Canewdon, Essex, v. 108. 
Cannington, Somerset, i. 94. 
Canterbury, ii. 67, 87, 138 ter; iv. 22, 

94 ; St. Augustine's College, vi. 25 ; 

King's School, vi. 188 bis, vii. 52. 
Cape La Hogue, iv. 50 n. 
Capetown, grant to the diocese, vi. 

39- 

Carisbrooke, Isle of Wight, iii. 163, 

164. 
Carleton-cum-Thurlby, Lincolnshire, iv. 

170. 

Carlisle, ii. 151 ; vi. 149. 
Carrington, Nottinghamshire, v. 166. 
Castle Gary, Somerset, vi. 32. 
Castleford, Yorkshire, iv. 108. 
Caversham, Oxfordshire, vi. 145. 
Cawood, Yorkshire, ii. 151, 152. 
Cerney, North, Gloucestershire, i. 127. 



Chaffcombe, Somerset, iii. 64. 
Chale, Isle of Wight, iii. 126. 
Chalfont St. Giles, Buckinghamshire, 

i. 113; ii. 70, 150. 
Chalfont St. Peter, Buckinghamshire, 

ii. 70. 
Chalgrove, or Chalgrave, Oxfordshire, 

ii. 40, 59, 72, 100 ; iii. 27, 30, 40; 

iv. 18, 32 ; v. 20, 22, 30 ; vi. 20, 28, 

36 bis; vii. 4, 10, 18, 20, 26. 121. 
Chapelwick("Chapell Wyke"), Shriven- 

ham, Berkshire, vii. 121. 
Chard, Somerset, iii. 67 ; iv. 13. 
Chardstock, Dorset, iii. 67. 
Charlbury, Oxfordshire, iv. 161 ; fire 

there, 1666, iv. 23. 
Charlecote, Warwickshire, i. 32. 
Charlton Kings, Gloucestershire, vi. 

154- 
Charlton-on-Otmoor, Oxfordshire, vi. 

61, 71 ; vii. 10. 
Chart, Great, Kent, iii. 138. 
Chart, Little, Kent, iii. 130. 
Charwelton, Northamptonshire, iv. 161. 
Chatham, Kent, ii. 51 bis. 
Chawton, Hampshire, v. 109, 131. 
Chebsey, Staffordshire, v. 75. 
Chelmsford, Essex, iv. 188. 
Chelsea, Middlesex, iv. 30, 31 ; v. 14, 

22, 59, 68; vi. 177. 
Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, v. 134, 

153, 154 : vii 75. 95- 
Chenies, Buckinghamshire, iii. 133. 
Cherington, Wiltshire, iv. 175. 
Cherrington, Warwickshire [" Sherring- 

\.<yn.<prope Edgehill"], v. 5. 
Cheselbourne, Dorset, iii. 183. 
Chester, i. 167 ; ii. 63, 85 ; v. 138. 

St. Mary's, i. no. 

St. Werburgh's Abbey, i. no, 170. 
Chesterton, Oxfordshire, iv. 174; vi. 

32. 

Chevening, Kent, iii. 151. 
Chicheley, Buckinghamshire, ii. 127. 
Chichester, i. 144, 162 ; ii. 66, 127, 137, 

139, 188, 195; iii. 192; iv. 19, 25, 

53, 66, 126 ; v. 70 ; vi. 53 ; St. Mary's 

Hospital, ii. 64. 
Chieveley, Berkshire, iii 117- 
Chilbolton, Hampshire, iii. no ; vi. 76. 
Chilcompton, Somerset, v. 99. 
Chilmark, Wiltshire, i. 98; iii. 125. 
Chilton, Suffolk, iv. 155; v. 144 
Chimney, Bampton, Oxfordshire, iii. 

154, 155- 

Chinnor, Oxfordshire, iii. 134, 135; 
vi. 30, 38, 40, 41, 42, 46, 49 bis, 53, 
56, 65, 69, 73 ; vii. 10, 14, 18, 27. 

Chippenham, Wiltshire, vii. 121. 



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INDEX IV 



Chipping Campden, Gloucestershire, i. 

14; ii. 155. 

Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire, i. 109. 
Chipping Ongar, Essex, ii. 52. 
Chisledon, Wiltshire, iv. 174. 
Chislet, Kent, v. 144 ter. 
Chobham, Surrey, v. 55. 
Cholsey, Berkshire, ii. 163. 
Christ Church, Hampshire, iv. 25. 
Chulmleigh, Devonshire, iv. 171, 173; 

v. 86. 

Church Eaton, Staffordshire, vi. 1 28. 
Church Lench, Worcestershire, iv. 53. 
Cirencester, Gloucestershire ; Grammar 

School, v. 113. 

Clapham, Sussex, v. 13 ; vi. 67, 69. 
Clapton, Somerset, ii. 55. 
Claydon, Steeple, East, and Middle, 

Buckinghamshire, vi. 87. 
Clayton-cum-Rymer, Sussex, iv. 189. 
Clermont, Jesuits' College, v. 125. 
Clevaney, Wiltshire [see also Gorton], 

vii. 21. 

Clifton, Gloucestershire, vii. 66. 
Clifton, Warwickshire, v. 156. 
Clifton Maybank, Dorset, ii. 89. 
Clifton Reynes, Buckinghamshire, i. 1 10. 
Clipston, Northamptonshire, v. in. 
Clithero, Lancashire, ii. 182. 
Cloyne, Ireland, iii. 191. 
Cnossus, Crete, vii. 22. 
Cogges, Oxfordshire, ii. 216; v. 107. 
Cokethorpe, Oxfordshire, v. 70 ; vi. 69, 

81. 
Colchester, iv. 5 ; St. John's Abbey, i. 

170. 
Colden Common, Hampshire, vi. 56 ; 

vii. 33- 
Cold Waltham ["Coldwalton"], Sussex, 

vii. 119. 

Coleshill, Warwickshire, iv. 106. 
Collingbome Ducis, Wiltshire, ii. 195 ; 

vii. 119. 
Collyweston, Northamptonshire, i. p. v, 

48. 
Colombo, grant to St. Thomas's College. 

vi. 33- 

Colton, Suffolk, ii. 127. 
Colworth, Sussex, prebend, v. 70. 
Combe Bassett, Wilts, vi. 86. 
Combhay, Somerset, ii. 133. 
Compton, Surrey, iii. 175. 
Compton Abbas, Dorset, iii. 178. 
Compton Beauchamp, Berkshire, iii. 

159- 

Compton Dundon, Somerset, ii. 193. 
Compton Pauncefoot, Somerset, iv. 129. 
Concord, New Hampshire, St. Paul's 

School, vi. 181. 



Conisholme, Lincolnshire, v. 156. 
Coniston, Yorkshire, v. 155. 
Constantinople, iv. 79 bis, 113. 
Copenhagen, iv. 79 ; v. 162. 
Corfe Castle, Dorset, iii. 93. 
Cornard, Little, Suffolk, iv. 152, 153. 
Cornard, Great, Essex, iv. 72, 75,. 

154- 

Cornwall, v. 164. 
Gorton, Wiltshire, i. 152 ; ii. 78 ; Cor- 

ton Clevance, iii. 30. 
Cottenham, Cambridgeshire, iii. 86. 
Cottesbrooke, Northamptonshire, iii. 

137- 

Cottisford, Oxfordshire, i. 1 20. 
Courteenhall, Northamptonshire, ii. 79 ; 

v. in. 
Coventry, iii. 179; iv. 33; St. Michael's, 

i. in ; Cotton's chantry in the Priory, 

i. 150. 
Cowley, Oxfordshire, iv. 1 8 ; vi. 66 ; 

vii. 5. 

Coxwell, Great, Berkshire, vi. 52. 
Crackpole St. Mary, Lincolnshire, v. 

82. 

Cranmore, Somerset, v. 99. 
Crantock, Cornwall, ii. 62. 
Crawley, North, Buckinghamshire, v. 

151- 

Crediton, Devonshire, v. 14. 
Creech St. Michael, Somerset, ii. 1 24. 
Creeton, Lincolnshire, i. 142. 
Cressingham, Great, Norfolk, iii. 126 j 

iv. 94 bis. 

Crick, Northamptonshire, iii. 108. 
Croft, Lincolnshire, ii. 171 ; vi. 143. 
Croft on, Hampshire, i. 14. 
Cromwell, Nottinghamshire, ii. 185. 
Cropthorne, Worcestershire, v. 148. 
Croscombe, Dorset, vi. 153. 
Croston, Lancashire, i. 131. 
Croughton, Northamptonshire, ii. 67 j 

v. 107; vi. 33, 63, 65; vii. 16, 20. 
Crowcombe, al. Cracombe, Somerset, i. 

101 ; vii. 104, 105. 

Crowell, Oxfordshire, ii. 163 ; iv. 98. 
Crowhurst, Sussex, iii. 177. 
Croxton, Lincolnshire, v. 114. 
Crux Easton, Hampshire, ii. 134. 
Cuckfield, Sussex, i. 83. 
Cuddesdon, Oxfordshire, v. 54, 55, 62 f 

vii. 21, 26. 

Culham, Oxfordshire, grants for dio- 
cesan training college, vi. 37, 57. 
Cumnor, Berkshire, i. 95 ; ii. 189 ; iv. 

103, 122 bis. 

Cuxham, Oxfordshire, iv. 174. 
Cwmbach Llechryd, Radnorshire, vi.,' 

161. 



PLACES AND COUNTRIES 



Daglingworth, Gloucestershire, vi. 162. 
Dalkeith, vii. 60. 
Dal wood, Devon, iv. 92. 
Damerham, Wiltshire, iii. 92. 
Dantzic, iv. 79. 

Darfield, Yorkshire, iii. 147, 149, 150. 
Darrington, Yorkshire, v. 66. 
Dartford, Kent, i. 34 ; ii. 54; vii. 102. 
Datchworth, Hertfordshire, ii. 84. 
Daylesford, Worcestershire, iv. 148. 
Dean, East, Sussex, ii. 64. 
Debreczin, Hungary, v. 17. 
Deddington, Oxfordshire, ii. 26. 
Dedham, Essex, v. 105, 106 ter. 
Bench worth, Berkshire, ii. 61 ; iii. 30 ; 

vi. 12, 40, 43, 46, 50, 54, 57, 58, 69 

bis ; vii. 6, 10, 14, 18, 24, 30. 
Denmark, ii. 222. 
Denton, Sussex, ii. 81. 
Desford, Leicestershire, ii. 187, 193. 
Devonport, Devonshire, vi. 30. 
Diddington, Huntingdonshire, vi. 88, 

89. 

Didenbam, Wiltshire, iv. 29. 
Diggeswell, Hertfordshire, vi. 134. 
Dilston Marsh, Wiltshire, vi. 33. 
Din ton, Buckinghamshire, iv. 126 bis. 
Dinton, Wiltshire, v. 1 1 , 74, 85, [? 108] ; 

vi. 1 8, 30, 65, 69 bis, 93, 161 ; vii. 4. 
Ditcheat, Somerset, i. 94. 
Ditchley, Oxfordshire, vi. 171. 
Ditton, Long, Surrey, iv. 84. 
Dockinfield, Surrey \not in Hampshire^, 

iii. 79. 

Doesburg, Guelderland, iii. 90. 
Doncaster, Yorkshire, iii. 149 ; v. 83. 
Donhead St. Mary, Wiltshire, v. 77. 
Donnington Wood, Shropshire, v. 156. 
Dorchester, Dorset, iv. 173 ; vi. 178. 
Dorchester, Oxfordshire, i. 44 bis \ ii. 7. 
Dorrington, Wiltshire, i. 95. 
Dorsington, Gloucestershire, ii. 155. 
Douay, iii. 81 ; iv. 149, 157, 158 bis, 

160; vii. 116. 
Dover, i. 167 ; ii. 68 ; v. 24, 176 ; vi. 

158 ; vii. 117. 
Downham, Essex, ii. 69. 
Downside Priory, Bath, ii. 221. 
Doynton, Gloucestershire, ii. 93. 
Draycott, Wiltshire, iv. 175. 
Drayton, Oxfordshire, v. 58. 
Drayton, West, Middlesex, ii. 95. 
Drayton with Hellesdon, Norfolk, iv. 

94 ; v - 23. 
Drogheda, iv. 166. 

Droxford, Hampshire, iii. no; iv. 130. 
Dry Sandford, Berkshire, vi. 64. 
Dublin, iv. 166 ter, 167 ; v. 104; vii. 

73, 97, 98 ; Marsh's Library, ii. 100. 



Ducklington, Oxfordshire, iv. 34, 98, 
116, 122; v. 70, 71, 107 ., 133; 
vi. 10, 46, 67, 72, 81, 82 ; vii. 6, 14, 
20, 54 ; purchase of the advowson, 
1684, iv. 35 ; Barley Park [?], i. 44. 

Dudley, v. 48. 

Dulverton, Somerset, ii. 130. 

Dulwich, Surrey, iv. 169; vi. 173; vii. 
82. 

Dunchurch, Warwickshire, vi. 83. 

Dunham, Little, Norfolk, iii. 166. 

Dunkerton, Somerset, iv. 96 bis. 

Dunton, Buckinghamshire, iii. 145. 

Dunville, Canada, vii. 59. 

Durford abbey, Sussex, i. 71, 121. 

Durham, i. 86; ii. 157; iv. 134; v. 
123; vi. 147, 195; vii. 88, 92, 99; 
prebendaries, v. 107, 138 ; Hatfield 
Hall, vi. 148 bis, 149. 

Duxford St. Peter, Cambridgeshire, iii. 
86. 

Dymock, Gloucestershire, ii. 95. 

Easington, Oxfordshire, iii. 159. 
Easington, Yorkshire, ii. 170. 
Eastbourne, Sussex, ii. 64; iii. 165. 
Eastergate, Sussex, vi. 89. 
Eastington, Gloucestershire, iii. 133. 
Easton, Lincolnshire, v. 73. 
Easton Neston, Northamptonshire, iv. 

no. 

Eastwood, Nottinghamshire, vi. 84. 
Ecclesfield, Yorkshire, v. 161. 
Eccleshall, Staffordshire, ii. 127 ; v. 74, 

75- 

Eccleston, Lancashire, iii. 178. 
Edgehill, Oxfordshire, iii. 171. 
Edinburgh, iii. 130 ter, 164; iv. 56; 

v. 74; vi. 119; vii. 40 bis, 60, 79; 

St. Paul's Church, 1774-1816, v. 22, 

48. 
Edlesborough, Buckinghamshire, iii. 

141. 

Eling, Hampshire, ii. 9 ; iii. no. 
Elkstone, Gloucestershire, ii. 163. 
Ellesfield, Hampshire, ii. 187. 
Elmdon, Warwickshire, vi. 177. 
Elmore, Gloucestershire, v. no. 
Elsfield, Oxfordshire, iv. 37 ;.vi. 32. 
Eltham, Kent, v. 86, 88. ' 
Elvetham, Hampshire, iv. 171. 
Ely, iii. 86, 171. 

Emmington, Oxfordshire, iii. 68. 
Empingham, Lincolnshire, prebend, i. 

130. 

Empshott, Hampshire, v. 147. 
Enham Regis, Hampshire, ii. 119; 

iii. 31. 
Enstone, Oxfordshire, iv. 55, 163. 



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INDEX IV 



Epping, Essex, iv. 71, 73. 

Epsom, Surrey, iv. 84. 

" Eryngton ", [?], ii. 9. 

Eton, Buckinghamshire, i. 10 bis, 94, 

120, 135, 138, 139, 145, 151 bis, 

152, 164; ii. 4, 64, 66; iii. 263; 

iv. no; v. 161, 167; vi. 84, 127, 

162, 177 ; vii. 46, 67, 68, 75, 93; a 

Waynflete stall in the chapel, vi. 32. 
Evenley, Northamptonshire, ii. p. vii, 57, 

58; iii. 31; v. 8, 57, 63, 73,81, 85; 

vi. 4 8 57. 5 8 > 60, 64 bis, 150, 177 ; 

vii. 33- 

Everdon, Northamptonshire, iv. 75. 
Everley, Wiltshire, iv. 1 73. 
Evesham, Worcestershire, i. ifi ', vii. 

ii. 
Ewelme, Oxfordshire, i. 21, 65 ; ii. 41 ; 

iii. 265 ; v. 17, 103 bis; vi. 102 bis ; 

vii. 19, 29, i a i. 

Ewhurst, Hampshire, i. 119; vii. 10. 
Exeter, ii. 65, 217; iv. 90, 92 bis; 

cathedral, i. 138 ; prebendaries, ii. 131; 

iv. 121, 130. 

Exhall, Warwickshire, iii. 179. 
Exmouth, Devonshire, vi. 159. 
Exton, Hampshire, ii. 127. 
Eynsham, Oxfordshire, iii. 55. 
Abbey, iii. 266. 



Fairford, Gloucestershire, iii. 185. 
Faringdon, Berkshire, vii. 121. 
Farnborough, Berkshire, ii. 167. 
Farnborough, Somerset, ii. 84. 
Farndish, Bedfordshire, iv. 187. 
Farnham, Surrey, iii. 65, 79, 193 ; iv. 

26, 34, 50, 65 bis ; parish church, i. 

ii. 

Farnham, Yorkshire, v. 152 bis. 
Farrendon, prebend of, Lincoln, i. 170; 

iii. 141. 

Farringdon, Hampshire, i. 138. 
Farsley, Yorkshire, vii. 25 n. 
Farthinghoe, Northamptonshire, vi. 67 ; 

vii. 21. 

Faversham, Kent, iv. 147. 
Fawley, Buckinghamshire, iii. 109. 
Felstead, Essex, ii. 62. 
Fenny Stratford, Buckinghamshire, v. 9. 
Ferring, Sussex, v. 130. 
Fifield, Berkshire, iii. 21 n.; v. 49. 
Fillingham, Lincolnshire, ii. 90, 167. 
Finchley, Middlesex, vi. 177. 
Findon, Sussex, ii. 81, 184, 193 ; iii. 63, 

104, 132, 147 ; iv. 7, 188 ; v. 22, 62, 

77, iii bis, 162 ; vi. 3, 54, 59, 65, 67 

* 69, 73, 143 bis, 1 80; vii. 21, 

26 bis, 27. 



Finedon, Northamptonshire, i. 31, 64, 

122, 144; v. 86; vi. 14 bis. 
Fingrinhoe, Essex, iii. 72. 
Fisherton Anger, Wiltshire, ii. 137. 
Fittleton, Wiltshire, iv. 175; v. 31, 114; 

vi. 18, 46, 68, 157; vii. 16, 17, 22 j 

purchase of the advowson, 1721, v. 7. 
Flanders, ii. 98 ; iv. 95. 
Flintshire, iv. 158. 
Flowton, Suffolk, iii. 147. 
Flushing, ii. 166. 
Fobbing, Essex, i. 127; iii. 165. 
Folkestone, Kent, vi. 188. 
Fonthill Bishop, Wiltshire, i. 89. 
Fonthill Giffard, Wiltshire, ii. 94. 
Ford, Somerset, iii. 30. 
Fordingbridge, Hampshire, iv. 27; v. 

161. 
Forest Hill, Oxfordshire, v. 76, 77 ; 

vi. 165. 

Fortrose, Rosshire, vi. 3. 
Fotheringhay, Northamptonshire, ii. 14. 
Framneld, Sussex, v. 55. 
Frampton, Lincolnshire, ii. ii ; iii. 41 ; 

v. 8, 46; vi. 21, 55, 70; vii. 14, 19, 

30 bis. 

France, iii. 96, 97, 122, 142; iv. 135; 
v. 66 ; collection for French pro- 
testants, 1686, iv. 38-9 ; grants to 
exiled French clergy, 1792-3, v. 30, 

31 bis; 1809, v. 40; for English 
prisoners in France, 1811, v. 42. 

Frankfort-on-the-Main, ii. 53, 67, 89 ; 

iv. 1 88. 

Frankfort -on-the-Oder, iii. 1 14 ; iv. 80. 
Fredericton diocese, grants, vi. 37, 42. 
Freefolk, Hampshire, v. 130. 
Frenchay, Gloucestershire, vii. 47. 
Frensham, Surrey, iii. 72, 79. 
Freshford, Somerset, vi. 179. 
Frieston [" Frestone"], Lincolnshire, 

v. 113 ; parish church, i. ii. 
Frilford, in Marcham, Berkshire, ii. 61 ; 

iii. 30 ; iv. 9 ; vi. 26. 
Fringford, Oxfordshire, v. 155 bis. 
Frinton, Essex, v. 100. 
Frisby, Leicestershire, i. 98. 
Friskney, Lincolnshire, ii. 74 ; vi. 65. 
Fritchley, Derbyshire, ii. 220. 
Fritton, Norfolk, vi. 29 [42 ? 65 ? 67? 

72?]. 
Fritton, Suffolk, vi. 29 [42? 65? 67? 

72 ?] 74; vii. 5 bis, 12, 13-14, 18. 
Fritwell, Oxfordshire, iii. 135 ; iv. 177; 

v. 113. 

Frodingham, North, Yorkshire, v. 132. 
Frome Selwood, Somerset, ii. 119; iii. 

156 ; iv. 96. 
Fulham, Middlesex, iv. 178; v. 54. 



PLACES AND COUNTRIES 



Fulletby, Lincolnshire, ii. 188. 
Funtington, Sussex, iii. 192. 
Fyfield, Hampshire, iv. 114. 

Gaddesden, Little, Hertfordshire, v. 

151- 
Gainsborough, Nottinghamshire, v. 30 ; 

vi. 137. 

Garford, Berkshire, vii. 3, 30. 
Garsington, Oxfordshire, iv. 27 ; vi. 12, 

14, 1 8, 32, 63, 73 ; vii. 14, 23, 27. 
Gate Burton, Lincolnshire, vi. 140. 
Gateshead, Durham, v. 138. 
Gawthorpe, Yorkshire, iv. 40. 
Gayton-le-Marsh, Lincolnshire, v. 130. 
Geneva, ii. 89, 100; iii. 27. 
Germany, grant for relief of distressed 

Germans, 1814, v. 45. 
Ghent, iv. 150. 

Giggleswick, Yorkshire, ii. 131. 
Gileston, Glamorgan, vi. 160. 
Glasgow, iii. 130 ; iv. 9, 168 ; vi. 118, 

119 ; vii. 40 bis, 65, 87, 88 bis, 92. 
Glastonbury, Somerset, iv. 177. 
Gledston and Screven, Yorkshire, v. 

155- 

Glemsford, Suffolk, iii. 86. 
Glen-Almond, Perthshire, grants to 

Trinity College, vi. 18, 25. 
Gloucester, ii. 124, 125, 134, 186; iii. 

104, 264 ; iv. 4, 74 v - T 3^ ter; vi. 

147 ; prebendary, 1554, i. 148. 
Glympton, Oxfordshire, vi. 67; vii. 22. 
Gnosall, Staffordshire, v. 74- 
Godalming, Surrey, iii. 64; iv. 65, 116. 
Godstowe, Oxfordshire, parish Church, 

i. n; abbess, i. 29, 32 ; priory, iv. 

1 6 ; steward, vii. 119. 
Colder, or Goldore, in Pyrton, Oxford- 
shire, ii. 47 ; iii. 30. 
Goldsborough, Yorkshire, iv. 164 ; v. 

177. 

Goring, Oxfordshire, v. 125 ; vi. 158. 
Goring, Sussex, vi. 81. 
Gorleston, Suffolk, vi. 67 ; vii. 21, 28. 
Gosfield, Essex, iv. 72 ter, 74. 
Gransden, Great, Huntingdonshire, ii. 

217. 
Grantbam, Nottinghamshire, i. 26 ; vi. 

137- 

Gravesend, Kent, iv. 19 ; v. 147. 
Greenwich, Kent, ii. 14 ; vi. 8. 
Greetham, Nottinghamshire, vi. 31. 
Greetwell [" Grewell ''], Lincolnshire, 

i. ii. 

Greinton, Somerset, vi. 141. 
Grindelwald, Switzerland, vi. 184. 
Grindon, Staffordshire, iii. 134. J 
Grinstead, West, Sussex, vi. 68. 



Guernsey, vi. 82, 181. 

Guiana, grant for diocese, vi. 33. 

Guildford, Surrey, iii. ic6 ; iv. 65 bis ; 

viii. 24. 

Gunthorpe, Nottinghamshire, vi. 33,67. 
Guton Hall, Norfolk, iv. 51. 

Hackney, Middlesex, iv. 71. 
Haddenham, Buckinghamshire, v. 19. 
Hagley, Worcestershire, vi. 158. 
Hague, The, ii. 182 ; iv. 79 
Hagworthingham, Lincolnshire, ii. 190. 
Haileybury, Hertfordshire, vii. 53. 
Hales Abbey, ii. 63. 
Halifax, Yorkshire, vii. 25 n. 
Halse, Somerset, v. 155. 
Halstead, Kent, vi. 140. 
Halton Holgate, Lincolnshire, iii. 70. 
Ham, Wiltshire, vi. 32. 
Hambleden, Buckinghamshire, Green- 
land House, ii. 165, 183. 
Hambledon, Hampshire, iii. no. 
Hamburg, iv. 79. 

Hammersmith, Middlesex, vii. 117. 
Hampden, Great, Buckinghamshire, i. 

98. 

Hampshire, iv. 160. 
Hampstead, Middlesex, vii. 77. 
Hampstead, East, Berkshire, iii. 191. 
Hampstead Marshall, Berkshire, v. 58. 
Hampton Couit, iii. 191 ; iv. 12. 
Hanbury, Staffordshire, v. 74. 
Handborough, Oxfordshire, i. 138. 
Hanney, East, Berkshire, vii. 29. 
Hanney, West, Berkshire, vi. 64 ; vii. 

ii, 18. 

Hanwell, Middlesex, v. 108. 
Hanwell, Oxfordshire, iii. 171 ; iv. 171 ; 

v. 53, 58 ; vi. 66, 72. 
Hardwick, Oxfordshire, vi. n. 
Hardwick, East, Yorkshire, v. 66. 
Harrow, Middlesex, vi. 168, 176, 188 ; 

vii. 41. 

Hartborne, Northumberland, ii. 170. 
Hartfield, Sussex, iv. 169. 
Hartley Mauduit, Hampshire, iii. 103. 
Hartley Wintney, Hampshire, iv. 171 ; 

vi. 64. 

Hartpury, Gloucestershire, i. 148; ii.i37- 
Harwell, Berkshire, i. 17 ; iii. 30; v. 

20; vi. 12, 15, 37, 61, 69; vii. ii, 

3i "9- 

Haselbeech, Northamptonshire, iii. 137. 
Haseley, Great, Oxfordshire, i. 50, 51 ; 

ii. 61, 92 ; iii. 73, 80; iv. 69, 74; v. 

81. 

Hatfield, Hertfordshire, iii. 164. 
Haugham, Lincolnshire, vi. 1 1 7. 
Hawkesbury, Gloucestershire, ii. 118. 



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INDEX IV 



Hawkridge, Somerset, i. 94; ii. 134. 

Hawton, or Haughton, Nottingham- 
shire, i. 149. 

Haxey, Lincolnshire, v. 74. 

Headington, Oxfordshire, i. 49, 141 ; ii. 
12; v. 3, 5, 28, 31, 73; vi. 12, 18, 
26 .30, 40, 50, 62, 67, 71, 74 ; vii. 5, 
12, 17, 19, 26, 28, 31, 32 bis, 60; 
Barton, in Headington, i. 82; ii. 8; 
iii. 30; Headington Quarry, vi. 29, 50, 
55, 59, 6 , . 6 7, 73 ; yii- 4, i, 24, 30 ; 
New Headington, vii. 31, 33. 

Headley, Hampshire, vi. 129. 

Heckington, Lincolnshire, ii. 119. 

Heddington, Wiltshire, v. 167. 

Heighten, South, Sussex, ii. 137. 

Helmdon, Northamptonshire, vi. 21, 
44, 49, 51, 65, 67, 69; vii. 14, 32. 

Hemington, Somerset, ii. 130. 

Hempton, in Chinnor, Oxfordshire, iii. 
30; iv. 33 ; vi. 69 ; vii. 7, 10. 

Hendred, East, Berkshire, i. 154 ; iv. 
58, 170. 

Henley-on-Thames, Oxfordshire, ii. 3 ; 
iii. 103, 109, 124; vii. 119. 

Hereford, i. 23, 99; ii. 124, 142, 155, 
219; vi. 88; vii. 106, 107 bis, 108 ; 
monument of Pres. Mayew, vi. 51 ; 
prebendaries, i. 119, 139 ; iii. 264. 

Hermitage, Berkshire, vi. 33. 

Hertford, vii. 117. 

Heversham, Westmorland, ii. 75. 

Highworth, Wiltshire, i. 63 bis, 64 ; ii. 
167 ; vi. 162. 

Hillingdon, Middlesex, ii. 52, 54; iv. 
126. 

Hilmarton, Wiltshire, vi. 18, 31, 52 ; 
yii. 3, 23. 

Hilmorton, Warwickshire, vi. 145. 

Hilprington, Wiltshire, ii. 86. 

Hinksey, Ferry, Berkshire, ferry, i. 14. 

Hinksey, North, Berkshire, ii. 72. 

South, vi. 181. 

Hintlesham, Suffolk, v. 153 bis. 

Hinton [Waldrist, Berkshire], iii. 154. 

Hinxhill, Kent, ii. 145. 

Hoby, Leicestershire, i. 135. 

Holland, iii. 90, 97; iv. 8, 76, 96, 153, 
154, 188. 

Holland, Great, Essex, v. 79. 

Holton, Oxfordshire, iii. 177; vii. 121. 

Holywell cum Needingvvorth, Hunting- 
donshire, ii. 84. 

Honiton, Devon, iv. 93. 

Hoo, Kent, St. Mary's, v. 132. 

Hook, Surrey, vi. 37. 

Hopton, Suffolk, i. 67 ; vii. 19, 33. 

Hordley, Shropshire, vi. 180. 

Horley, Oxfordshire, vii. 16. 



Hornchurch, Essex, vi. 150. 
Horndon-on-the-Hill, Essex, iv. 152. 
Horsendon, Buckinghamshire, ii. 120. 
Horsham, Sussex, iv. 118; vi. 24; 

Priory of St. Faith, ii. 212. 
Horsington, Lincolnshire, i. 123, 124; 

11. 135, 189 ; iii. 144 ; iv. 34 ; v. 22, 

55, 5 8 > 73, 8 4, "2, H3, i5 2 5 vi- " 
12,38,41 bis; vii. 28, 45, 51, 115, 
145, 151, 158; chapel repaired, 1634, 
iii. 50; parsonage to be built, 1855, 
vi. 43 ; church rebuilt, 1857, vi. 46, 
152. 

consecrated, 1860, vi. 50. 

repaired, 1893, vii. 12; 1908, vii. 

3- 

Horsley, West, Surrey, ii. 164 ; iv. 65. 
Horsleydown, Surrey, vii. 5, 6. 
Horspath, Oxfordshire, i. 14, 104 ; ii. 

27 ., 31, 122, 170, 200 ; iii. 30, 104; 

iv. 5,8, 24, 25,59,84,107, 123,126; 

v. 7, 14, 18, 20, 22, 43, 44, 45, 53, 

79, 80, 129, 136, 150 bis, 163 ; vi. 9, 

12, 16, 17 bis, 34, 36 bis, 45, 52, 57, 

95, "5, "7, I2 9, !34, !37, J 57, 161, 
163, 181 ; vii. 12, 13, 14, 21, 22, 31, 

119, 122. 

Houghton, Great, Northamptonshire, v. 

164; vi. 18, 23,24, 29,30,56,61, 65, 

68, 73, 115, 161 ; vii. 12, 18, 29 ; ad- 

vowson bought, 1807, v. 39. 
Huddersfield, Yorkshire, vii. 101. 
Hulme, Abbey of St. Bennet, Norfolk, 

i. 4. 
Hungary, gift of money for Hungarian 

captives, 1577, iii. 5; for ministers, 

1677, iv. 31. 

Hungerford, Berkshire, v. 16, 143. 
Huntingdon, ii. 57 n. ; earl of: see 

Hastings. 
Hurstbouine and Burbage, prebend of 

Salisbury, iii. 105. 
Hurworth, Durham, iv. 172. 
Husborne Priors, Hampshire, ii. 187. 
Hutton, Somerset, iii. 132. 
Hythe, Kent, vi. 57. 



Iddesleigh, Devon, ii. 131. 

Idmiston, Wiltshire, ii. 149. 

Iffley, Oxfordshire, iii. 152; v. 73, 147; 

vi. 1 6. 

Ightham, Kent, v. 144. 
Ilchester, Somerset, i. 167 ; iv. 96. 
Ilford, Little, Essex, v. 155. 
Ilsley, East, Berkshire, iii. 124; vi. 18, 

67, 68, 152, 153, 189, 194; vii. 3, 

15, 16; the advowson obtained, 1830, 

vi. 6. 



PLACES AND COUNTRIES 



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India, East, v. 151 ; vi. 47, 57. 
Indies, West, iv. 29 ; v. 23 ; vi. 8. 
Inglesham, Berkshire, iv. 170. 
Inkpen, Berkshire, ii. 183; iii. 133. 
Ipswich, i. 154. 
St. Mary-at-Elms, v. 153. 
Ipswich, Massachusetts, iv. 69. 
Irby, Yorkshire, iv. 169. 
Irby-on-Humber, Lincolnshire, v. 108. 
Ireland, ii. 213 ; iv. 70; vi. 26, 28, 32 ; 

grants for relief of Irish clergy, 1835- 

50, vi. 8, 33 ; [for St. Columba's 

College], vi. 21, 31. 
Irthlingborough, Northamptonshire, i. 

125. 

Isle of Wight, iii. 93. 
Isleworth, Middlesex, v. 30. 
Islington, Middlesex, vi. 158. 
Islip, Oxfordshire, i. 142 ; iv. 50, 107. 
Italy, i. 156, 160, 163; iv. 160; v. 83. 
Itchen, the river, vi. 55. 
Ivychurch, Kent, vi. 70 ; vii. 4. 

Jersey, vi. 172. 
Jervaulx Abbey, i. 168. 

Keighley, Yorkshire, iii. 169. 

Kelloe, Durham, v. 129. 

Kelsey, South, Lincolnshire, iii. 104. 

Kensington, Middlesex, ii. 125, 186. 

Kent, iv. 94. 

Kenyon College, Ohio, vi. 8. 

Keston, Kent, iii. 105 ; iv. 158. 

Keswick Hall, near Norwich, ii. 168. 

Kidderminster, Worcestershire, vi. 118. 

Kidlington, Oxfordshire, iii. 263. 

Kiel, iv. 80 bis. 

Kilmersdon, Somerset, v. 137. 

Kilmington, Somerset, ii. 124. 

Kilworth, South, Warwickshire, vi. 145. 

Kimble, Great, Buckinghamshire, vi. 
128. 

King's Clere, Hampshire, vi. 128. 

Kingsdown, Somerset, ii. 162. 

King's Sombourne, Hampshire, iii. 31 ; 
vi. 17, 17 bis, 20, 24, 27, 29, 38, 45, 
6 1 bis, 65, 67 ; vii. 6, 14, 16, 24. 

Kingston Bagpuze, Berkshire, ii. 120. 

Kingston Bowsey, Sussex, v. 35. 

Kingston-by-the-Sea. Sussex, v. 127. 

Kingston Deverill, Wiltshire, ii. 166. 

Kingston-upon-Hull, iv. 144. 

Kintbury, Berkshire, vi. 59. 

Kirkby-in-Cleveland, Yorkshire, ii. 131. 

Kirkby-in-Malhamdale, Yorkshire, vi. 

102. 

Kirkby Misperton, Yorkshire, ii. 185. 
Kirkby, South, Yorkshire, i. 130, 132. 



Kirkby Wiske, Yorkshire, vi. 153. 
Kirk-Newton, Northumberland, vi. 76. 
Kirton, Lincolnshire, vii. 14, 15, 16,30. 
Knaresborough , Yorkshire, iii. 7 1 ; v. 

125, 151. 

Knights Enham, Hampshire, vi. 68. 
Knockbane, Galway, vi. 179. 
Knoyle, East, Wiltshire, i. 148 ; v. 58. 

Ladbroke, Warwickshire, ii. 185. 
Ladysmith, South Africa, vii. 20. 
Laingdon, Essex, ii. 90. 
Lambeth, i. 120; ii. 65; vii. 106. 
Lambourne, Berkshire, iv. 108. 
Lampeter, Cardiganshire, St. David's 

College, vi. 181; vii. 88. 
Lamyat, Somerset, iii. 147. 
Lanark, vi. 43. 
Lancashire, vi. 55. 
Lancing, Sussex, iv. 122; vi. 179 bis; 

vii. 78. 

Landrake, Cornwall, ii. 187; iii. 266. 
Langar, Nottinghamshire, ii. 182. 
Langham, Essex, ii. 168. 
Langley, Norfolk, i. 4. 
Langley, Warwickshire, iv. 105. 
Langton-by-Partney, Lincolnshire, iii. 

69. 

Langton-on-Swa]e, Yorkshire, v. 132. 
Langwith, Derbyshire, ii. 129. 
Lanhydrock, Cornwall, iii. 124. 
Launceston, Cornwall, v. 164. 
Launton, Oxfordshire, ii. 170. 
Laver, Little, Essex, iii. 156. 
Laverstoke, Hampshire, v. 77. j 
Layston, Hertfordshire, ii. 74. 
Leam, river in Warwickshire, v. 23. 
Leamington, Warwickshire, v. 143. 
Leckford, Hampshire, iii. 189. 
Leckhampstead, Buckinghamshire, iii. 

170. 

Ledsham, Yorkshire, vi. 146. 
Leeds, iii. 148; vi. 173; vii. 65; St. 

Saviour's, v. 152; vi. 151. 
Leicester, iii. 66 ; iv. 129 ; vi. 137. 
Leigh, Kent, iii. 174. 
Leigh, North, Oxfordshire, ii. 72; vii. 

3- 
Leighton Buzzard, Bedfordshire, ii. 27. 

Leipsic, iv. 79 ', vii. 79- 

Leith, iii. 130. 

Lenham, Kent, ii. 67. 

Leonard's Forest, St., Sussex; see Beed- 

ing, Lower. 

Letterston, Pembrokeshire, ii. 221. 
Leverton, North, Leicestershire, v. 113. 
Lexden, Essex, vi. 19, 52. 
Lejden, iii. 90; iv. 76 ter, 79, 80, 81 

hs, 96. 



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INDEX IV 



Lezante, Cornwall, ii. 65. 

Lichfield, vi. 179 ; prebendaries, i. 122 ; 

ii. 127, 129, 141, 185; iii. 109, 179; 

iv. 171 ; v. 74. 

Liddington, Wiltshire, i. 1 1 1 ; prebend, 

i. 95. 

Liege, iv. 150. 
Lillingston Dayrell, Buckinghamshire, 

iii. 61. 

Limehouse, Middlesex, iv. 94. 
Limington, Somerset, vii. 26. 
Lincoln, ii. 54, 56, 70,86, 87, 124; iii. 

173; iv. 25 ; Cathedral, i. ii, 95. 
Lincolnshire, i. 126; vi. 27, 63. 
Lisbon, iv. 174 bis ; v. 66. 
Litlington, Sussex, ii. 188. 
Littlehampton, Sussex, vi. 3. 
Littlemore, Oxfordshire, vi. 112 ; priory, 

i. 81 ; iv. 17. 

Littleton, Middlesex, iii. 129. 
Litton Cheney, Dorset, vi. 83. 
Liverpool, vii. 62, 73 ter, 88. 
Llanbedr, Brecknockshire, ii. 69. 
Llandaff, vi. 172 ; prebendary, ii. 169 ; 

chancellor, iv. 114. 
Llandeloy, Pembrokeshire, ii. 221. 
Llandrillo, Merioneth, iii. 189. 
Llanfaes, Anglesey, v. 61. 
Llangristiolus, Anglesey, v. 60. 
Llanhowell, Pembrokeshire, ii. 221. 
Llan-Justinian, Pembrokeshire, ii. 221. 
Llansallos, Cornwall, ii. 146. 
Llanwrda, Carmarthenshire, ii. 221. 
Lockinge, East, Berkshire, ii. 171. 
Lodsworth, Sussex, v. 87 ., 130. 
Lofthouse, Yorkshire, v. 100. 
Londesborough, Yorkshire, iii. 169. 
London, v. 33, 38; vi. 59; vii. 16 bis, 

21, 28, 91, 94. 

St. Alban's, Wood Street, i. 145 ; 
ii. 66. 

Aldersgate Street, iii. 146. 

All Hallows, Bread Street, ii. 168, 
170. 

All Hallows, Honey Lane, i. 166, 
167 ., 168. 

All Hallows, Staining, v. 64. 

St. Andrew's, Holborn, iii. 179; v. 

55- 

St. Bartholomew-the-Less, ii. 166. 

St. Bartholomew's Hosp., ii. 166. 
- Bassingshaw, i. 116. 

St. Benedict and St. Paul, vii. 99. 

Bethnal Green, vii. 16. 

St. Botolph's, Aldersgate, iv. 171 ; 
St. Botolph's, Bishopsgate, ii 83. 

British Museum, iii. 126, 167; v. 
89 . ; Harleian MSS. cited, iii. 72, 
73, 83, 106, 108, in, 117, 123; iv. 



82 ; Sloane MS. iii. 92-7 ; Lans- 
downe MS. v. 16. 
London, Bunhill Fields, iv. 55, 58, 59. 

Chancery Lane, i. 103; ii. 10, 59, 

95; i- 3i. 

Charterhouse, v. 163 ; vi. 86. 

Cheapside, the Hart, iv. 182. 

Christ Church, Newgate Street, vii. 

"5- 

Clerkenwell, vii. 26 ; priory of St. 
John, iii. 81 ; Prior of St. John's 
entertained in College, i. 26. 

College of Physicians, ii. 160, 165. 

Cornhill ; afire, (1759), v. 18. 

St. Dionis Backchurcb, iii. 131; 
iv. 169. 

Dorset House, iii. 75. 

St. Dunstan's, Fleet Street, i. 103^ 
ii. 60. 

Fishmongers' Hall, iv. 157. 

Fleet prison, i. 148. 

Fleet Street, iii. 98. 

Freman's Court, v. 18, 21 ; vi. 17. 

St. Giles, Cripplegate, ii. 77, 142. 

Gray's Inn, ii. 150, 182 ; iii. 105. 

Guildhall Library, i. 103. 

Guy's Hospital, v. 163 ; vii. 44. 

Haberdashers' Company, iv. 167. 

St. Helen's, Bishopsgate, iii. no. 

Holy well Street, vii. 15. 

Inner Temple, ii. 163, 167, 171 ; iii. 
101 ; iv. 66, in, 160, 173; v. 79, 
101, 109; vi. 84 bis, 179; vii. 35,65, 

95- 

Ironmongers' Company, ii. 159. 

SS. John and James, Garlickhithe, 
i. 113- 

King's College, vii. 94, 98 ; Hospi- 
tal, vi. 14. 

St. Lawrence Pountney, iv. 94 ; 
college of Corpus Christi, i. 157, 158. 

St. Leonard's, Eastcheap, ii. 50. 

St. Leonard's, Shoreditch, ii. 83. 

Lime Street, iv. 157 bis, 158. 

Lincoln's Inn, ii. 99, 165, 167; iii. 
103, 104, 218; iv. 127; v. 70, 152; 
vi. 80, 83, 97, 118, 123, 127, 166, 
167, 168 bis ; vii. 50. 

St. Martin-in-the- Fields, iv. 112. 

St. Martin, Ludgate, ii. 146. 

St. Martin, Vintry, iii. 94 n. 

St. Mary Magd., Milk Street, ii. 124, 
169. 

Mercers' Company, ii. 160. 

Merchant Taylors' School, ii. 187, 
194; iii. 159; iv. 82, 123, 171; vi. 
88; vii. 60. 

St. Michael's, Crooked Lane, iii. 



PLACES AND COUNTRIES 



London, St. Michael at Querne, ii. 146. 

Middle Temple, ii. 133, 193 ; iii. 91, 
96 bis, 97 bis, 98, 100, 191 ; iv. 
129; v. 61, 62, 64, 144; vi. 80, 169. 

Newgate, vii. 117; Newgate Mar- 
ket, ii. 189. 

St. Pancras, iv. 156, 158 ; vii. 117. 

Paternoster Row, v. 72. 

St. Paul's, ii. 83, 124, 150, 170; iv. 
33; vi. 66, 125; vii. 66, 99, 101, 
106 ; Old St. Paul's, vi. no n. ; 
Paul's Cross, ii. 53, 63, 125; 
iii. 87, 149; prebend of Cantlers, 
iii. 86; of Chamberlain Wood, iii. 126. 

St. Paul's School, ii. 160; iii. 138; 
iv. 88; v. 153 ; vi. 190; vii. 47, 59, 
66, 77, 86, 99. 

Red Lion Square, iv. 157. 

Sackville Street, v. 139. 

Salters' Hall, iv. 90. 

Savoy, ii. 171 ; iii. 138. 

Skinners' Company, iii. 167. 

Staple Inn, ii. 150. 

Stationers' Company, registers cited, 
iii. 98, 123. 

Stationers' Court, v. 72. 

St. Swithin's Lane, ii. 95. 

Temple Bar, iii. 31. 

University, vi. 118, 119, 170; vii. 
68, 73, 75, 76, 78, 88 bis. 

Whitehall, iv. 45, 140; vii. 116; 
Montague House, iii. 88. 

- Whitehall Chapel, vi. 85. 

Whittington's College, i. 87. 

York Place, i. 157. 

The President's Lodgings ; bedding 
bought in 1484-5, i. 14 ; repaired, 
1589, iii. 26; inventory of goods 
there, 1487, i. 18-19; some furniture 
bought, 1597 5 1 "ly Cheker" built, 
1490-1, i. 22. 

a silver cross bought there, 1503, i. 
33 ; books bought there, 1516*$., 62. 

Grants for erection of churches, 

l8 3 6 ~59, vi - I0 > 53, 59- 

Afire, 1656, iv. ii. 
Londonthorpe, Lincolnshire, v. 71. 
Long Crendon, Buckinghamshire, v. 63. 
Longney, Gloucestershire, v. no. 
Long Stow, Cambridgeshire, v. 157. 
Longworth, Berkshire, iii. 182. 
Lothingland, Suffolk, v. 43. 
Loughton, Buckinghamshire, i. 141. 
Louth, Lincolnshire, parish Church, xi. 

n; altar of St. George, ib. ; chapel 
of the Virgin, ib. 
Louvain, ii. 78 ; vii. 85. 



Lowdham, Nottinghamshire, vi. 39. 
Lowestoft, Suffolk, vi. 45, 50, 57, 62 ; 

vii. 6, 14, 22. 

Luddington, Lincolnshire, ii. 6. 
Ludgershall, Wiltshire, ii. 144. 
Ludlow, Shropshire, v. 30. 
Lugwaidine, Herefordshire, iv. 170. 
Luton, Bedfordshire, i. 95. 
Lutterworth, Leicestershire, ii. 69 ; iv. 

54- 

Lydney, Gloucestershire, ii. 155. 
Lymington, Hampshire, iv. 65 [see 

Limington]. 

Lympsham, Somerset, iii. 113; v. no. 
Lynn, Norfolk, iii. 173. 
Lyons, painted binding, ii. 221. 
Lytchett Matravers, Dorset, i. 113. 



Mafeking, South Africa, vii. 20. 
Maid .... [?], chapel, [1726], v. 9. 
Maidenhead, Buckinghamshire, vii. 75. 
Maidstone, Kent, ii. 68, 71 ; v. 85 ; vi. 

177. 

Maisemore, Gloucestershire, iii. 112. 
Malmesbury, Wiltshire, ii. 121 ; St. 

Paul's, ii. 51. 
Man, Isle of, v. 20. 
Manchester, ii. 83 ; vi. 151 ; vii. 79. 
Mansel Lacy, Herefordshire, vi. 161. 
Mansfield, Nottinghamshire, vi. 88. 
Mapesbury prebend, St. Paul's Cathedral, 

i. 109. 
Maple Durham, Oxfordshire, i. 151 ; 

iv. n. 

Mapperly, Nottinghamshire, v. 166. 
Marden, Kent, v. 144 ter. 
Marlow, Great, Buckinghamshire, vi. 

128, 158, 196. 
Marsh Baldon, Oxfordshire, iii. 142; 

v. 62. 

Marsh Chapel, Lincolnshire, vi. 103. 
Marston, North, Buckinghamshire, iii. 

30; iv. 37 ; vii. 12, 31. 
Marston, Oxfordshire, ii. 12 ; vi. 34, 37, 

40, 62, 70, 94 ; vii. 5, 14, 16, 32, 34; 

" Merston lake", ii. 27. 
Marston Meysey, Gloucestershire, vi. 

130. 

Marton, Yorkshire, v. 107, 108, 155. 
Masham, Yorkshire, v. 129. 
Mayfield, Sussex, ii. 137. 
Meifod, Montgomery, i. in. 
Melbourne, Australia, vi. 132, 170. 
Melford, Suffolk, i. 100 ; v. in. 
Melsonby, Yorkshire, vi. 147. 
Menston, Yorkshire, iv. 99. 



1 The last entry apparently for repairs to the house is in the account for 1601. 



INDEX IV 



Meon, East, Hampshire, ii. 48 . ; vi. 

24, 63; vii. 15. 

Meon, West, Hampshire, iv. 126, 130. 
Meonstoke, Hampshire, ii. 99. 
Merriet, Somerset, ii. 124. 
Merstham, Surrey, iii. 151. 
Metheringham, Lincolnshire, vi. 66. 
Michaelston-y-Vedw, Glamorganshire, 

v. 128. 

Middelbnrg, Holland, ii. 192; iii. 82. 
Middle, Shropshire, v. 151. 
Middleham, Bishop, Durham, v. 137, 

171. 

Middleton, Lancashire, vi. 84. 
Middleton Cheney, Northamptonshire, 

vii. 21. 
Middleton Keynes, Buckinghamshire, 

ii. 187. 
Middleton Stoney, Oxfordshire, vii. 104, 

105. 

Middleton Tyas, Yorkshire, v. 80. 
Midhurst, Sussex, iii. 71. 
Milden, Suffolk, iv. 73. 
Milton, Great, Oxfordshire, iii. 119; iv. 

71; [v. 19?]. 
Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire, iii. 

147- 

Milton Manor, prebend in Lincoln 

Cathedral, iii. 73. 

Milton-next-Gravesend, Kent, iii. 170. 
Minsterworth, Gloucestershire, vi. 147. 
Mixbury, Oxfordshire, v. 155 ; vi. 97. 
Modbury, Devon, i. 138, 151. 
Molash, Kent, vi. 153. 
Molton, South, Devon, i. 170. 
Mongeham, Great, Kent, i. 156, 158. 
Monk Eleigh, Suffolk, iii. 156. 
Monk Fryston, Yorkshire, v. 80. 
Monk Sherborne, Hampshire, vi. 34, 

54- 

Monkton Moor, Yorkshire, i. 127. 
Mont-Bellegarde, France, iii. 97. 
Montpellier, iv. 160; vii. 30. 
Monxton, Cambridgeshire, vi. 37. 
Moreton, South, Berkshire, vi. 158. 
Moreton Hampstead, Devonshire, v. 

62. 

Morocco, iv. 26. 
Morval, Cornwall, v. 65. 
Mottisfont, Hampshire, i. 91, 106 bis. 
Mottram, Cheshire, vii. 36, 37 bis. 
Moulsford, Berkshire, v. 106; vi. 177. 
Moulsoe, Buckinghamshire, v. 101. 
Moulton, Norfolk, vi. 65; vii. 18. 
Moulton, Northamptonshire, v. 135. 
Muchelney abbey, ii. 91. 
Mucking, Essex, ii. 166. 
Multon Hall, Norfolk, ii. 4, 36 ; iv. 26, 

40; vii. 10. 



] Mundham, Norfolk, v. 133. 
Munsley, Herefordshire, v. 151. 

Nackington, Kent, v. 147 ; vi. 196. 
Nailsea, Somerset, v. 157. 
Nazing, Little, Norfolk, ii. 169. 
Netherbury, Dorset, i. loo. 
Nettlebed, Oxfordshire, vi. 26. 
Nevis, island, iii. 215. 
Newark-upon -Trent, Nottinghamshire, 

iii. 130, 173. 
Newbald, South, prebend in York 

Minster, i. 101. 
Newbury, Berkshire, ii. 120; iii. 134; 

iv. 62. 

Newbury, New England, iii. 91. 
Newby Wiske, Yorkshire, vi. 167. 
Newcastle-upon-Tyne, iii. 130; v. 61, 

129. 

Newfoundland, vi. 24, 39, 84. 
Newick, Sussex, iv. 175. 
Newington, Kent, i. 151. 
Newington, Surrey, iv. 82. 
Newington, South, Oxfordshire, ii. 56, 

62; iii. 107; v. 31; vi. n, 18, 26, 

40, 50, 61 ; vii. 6, 10, 14, 26. 
Newington Bagpath, Gloucestershire, 

v- 57- 
Newport, Isle of Wight, ii. 191 ; iii. 92 ; 

vi. 132. 
Newport Pagnell, Buckinghamshire, ii. 

99. 

New Quay, Cornwall, v. 164. 
Newton, East, Yorkshire, iv. 134. 
Newton, South, \Viltshire, ii. 155. 
Newton Ferrers, Devon, ii. 65. 
Newton Kyme, Yorkshire, ii. 55, 56. 
Newton Longueville, Buckinghamshire, 

"i- 134, !35- 

Newton Tony, Wiltshire, ii. 149. 
Newton-upon-Trent, Lincolnshire, vi. 

147. 
Newton Valence, Hampshire, ii. 75 ; 

iii. 129. 
New Windsor, Nova Scotia, v. 37 bis; 

vi. 39. 

New York, vi. 181. 
New Zealand, grant for diocese [1855], 

vi. 42. 

Noke, Oxon, iii. 159; iv. 162. 
Nonesuch Park, ii. 164. 
Norbury, Derbyshire, ii. 129; iii. 134. 
Norfolk, i. 69. 

Normanton, Nottinghamshire, v. 142. 
Normanton, South, Derbyshire, v. 58. 
Northallerton, Yorkshire, vi. 148. 
Northampton, ii. 6 ; iii. 73 ; iv. 29, 88, 

89, 935 v. 64; vii. 121 ; St. Peter's 

church, vi. 34. 



PLACES AND COUNTRIES 



93 



Northamptonshire, i. 126; v. 57; vi. 

24, 52, 71 ; vii. 6, 14. 
North Chapel, Sussex, v. 145 bis. 
Northleach, Gloucestershire, ii. 137. 
Northmoor, Oxfordshire, iii. 154 ; v. 13, 

49 ; vii. 10, 12, 19, 21, 22, 23 ; house 

called NoaKs Ark (not a tavern), 

[1809-10], v. 41 and n., 43, 44; vi. 

43, 63. 

Norton, Durham, v. loo. 
Norton, Kent, iii. 174. 
Norton, Suffolk, ii. 172. 
Norton-sub- Hamdon, Somerset, ii. 50. 
Norwich, Cathedral, iv. 99, 100, 101 ; 

v. 22, 88, 89; St. Peter Mancroft, iv. 

94. 
Nottingham, iv. 94, 163; v. 166; vi. 

27, 29, 151. 

Nottinghamshire, vi. 24. 
Nova Scotia ; see New Windsor. 
Nuffield, Oxfordshire, iv. 69 ; vi. 30, 

45- 
Nuneaton [" Noneton"], Warwickshire, 

iii. 31. 

Nuneham, Oxfordshire, vii. 22. 
Nursling, Hampshire, i. 84; ii. 127. 
Nursted, Kent, iv. 171. 
Nuthurst, Sussex, iv. 65. 
Nutley, Sussex, vi. 61. 
Nympsfield, Gloucestershire, ii. 84. 

Oakhampton, Devon, v. 86. 

Oakhanger, Sussex, v. 14 ; vi. 69. 

Oatlands, Surrey, iii. 90. 

Oborne, Dorset, iv. 108. 

Ockley, Surrey, iv. 65. 

Odcombe, Somerset, ii. 49; iv. 129. 

Oddington, Gloucestershire, iii. 190; 

iv. 114. 

Oddington, Oxfordshire, vi. 69, 71 ; vii. 6. 
Odiham, Hampshire, iii. 129. 
" Odyrton", Yorkshire, [Overton?],viii. 

23- 

Offchurch, Warwickshire, iv. 164. 
Olave, Priory of St., i. 67. 
Old Hutton, Westmorland, v. 165. 
Ollerton, Nottinghamshire, v. 142. 
Olveston, Gloucestershire, vi. 80. 
Orleans, ii. 100. 
Orpington, Kent, vi. 172. 
Oscott, Warwickshire, iv. 157; vi. 

1 06 . 
Oseney, Oxford, Abbey, i. 10, 167, 

169; ii. 16, 18, 213; iii. 263 ; vi. 14; 

an abbot, vii. 102 n. ; parish, vii. 4. 
Osgarwick, Kent, ii. 139. 
Otham, Kent, v. 85, 136; vi. 28, 36, 

59 5 vii- 5- 
Otmoor, Oxfordshire, vi. ii. 



Otterbourne, Hampshire, iv. 25 ; vi. ro, 
15, 30, 49, 69; vii. 20, 22, 23, 29, 
32. 

Ottery St. Mary, Devon, i. 113. 

Onlton, Suffolk, vi. 43, 57, 162. 

Overstone, Northamptonshire, iii. 171. 

Overton, [Hampshire?], i. 13. 

Ovingham, Northumberland, vi. 154. 

Owmby, Lincolnshire, ii. 135. 

Owston, Lincolnshire, v. 102. 

Oxford: i. 29, 34, 170 n. ; iii. 31, 185, 
186; iv. 126; v. 32; vi. 24, 32, 

33 bis , 34. 4, 55. 5 8 , 68 . 7 J vii. 

18, 24, 26 bis, 27, 28, 33, 34; 

Diocesan charities, vi. 14 bis, 31, 

41. 
Alban Hall, i. 166; iii. 94, 133, 137; 

iv. 44; v. 46. 
St. Aldate's, ii. 154 for, 186; iv. 17, 

76 ; vi. 47, 60, 72. 
All Saints, ii. 151 ; iii. 266; iv. 16, 

52, 76 n. 
All Souls College, i. 13, 28, 173; ii. 

100, 148, 157; iii. 81 ; iv. 44, 115, 

129, 174 ; vii. 46, 65, 92, 122. 
Ashmolean Museum, v. 34, 59, 62 ; 

vii. 17, 24, 40, 90, 98, 99. 
Balliol College, i. 28, 92, 125, 129, 

173, 1.755 59, 63 bis. 73, 78, 

167; iii. 92, 107; iv. 16, 17, 69, 

92, 94; v. 98, 160 bis, 161, 163; 

vi. 76, 167, 168, 177, 180, 189; 

vii. 35, 38, 5<$"> 65, 79, 8 5, 87 bis, 

92. 

St. Barnabas, vi. 63. 
St. Bartholomew's Hospital, iv. u, 

55- 
Bocardo, iv. 9, 27 bts, 32, 48; v. 5, 

15. 

Bodleian Library, ii. 181 ; iii. 43, 44, 
45, 47, I0 5> I26 > H8, 167, 178, 
203, 263, 265 bis, 266 bis ; iv. 48 ., 

5 1 , 59, 75, 9 2 10I I02 , i9i I28 > 
v. I2., 27, 121 n., 123 ; vi. 106 n. ; 
vii. 12, 20, 27, 54, 86. 

MSS. cited [see Rawlinson, Rich.] : 
Clarendon, iv. 14, 181-2; v. 169; 
Tanner, iii. 57, 152 bis, 187; iv. 
6 3> J 53J other MSS., iii. ii n., 134, 
142, 144, 266 for; iv. 14, 78, 8r, 
97, 100, 125, 126, 136, 147, 162, 
163, 164, 165, 171, 185 ; v. 15, 59, 
63, 105, 165; viii. 24. 

Botanic Garden, vi. 21. 

Brasenose Hall, and College, i. 91 ; 
11.32,76, 155; iii. 40, 109; iv.4i, 
149 .; v. 142, 155; vi. 127,189; 
vii. 50, 82, 121 bis', viii. 23. 

Bridewell, iv. 21, 27. 



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INDEX IV 



Oxford : 

Cardinal's College, i. 123 bis, 129, 

i53 T 54, l6 3, i 6 4: l6 75 ii- 66 - 

Christ Church, i. 105, 142 ; ii. 26, 87, 
90, 97 b is, 127, 142, 160 bis ; iii. 
43, 455 iv.44,54^., 66, 90, 94., 
108, 119, 167 ; v. 35, 63, 66, 113, 
166, 167; vi. 14, 87, 98, 109 n., 
138; vii. 24, 25 n., 36, 49, 52, 54, 
61, 90, 92, 99. 

St. Clement's, ii. 4; iii. 40, 138; iv. 
14, 71, 76, 128; vi. 3, 14, 27, 44, 
47, 68 ; viii. 23 ; Stone's Alms- 
house, iv. 105 ; v. 10. 

Corpus Christi College, i. 113, 115, 
144, 148 to-, 153 bis, 165; ii 75, 
80, 100, 130; iii. 144; iv. 82, 84; 
v. 17 n., 22 n. bis,2^n., 25 ., 30 n., 
31 n., 32 ., 39 n., 40 n., 44 n. bis, 
45 n., 48 n., 108, 131, 136, 147; 
vi. 143, 178, 1 88; vii. 50 bis, 66, 75. 

St. Ebbe, iv. 17 bis; v. 48; vi. 12, 

45. 54 ; vi i- 33- 

St. Edmund Hall, iv. 64, 67, 120, 
169, 170, 173; v. 24, 156; vii. 95, 

99- 

Exeter College, i. 28, 93, 147 ; ii. 94, 

162 ; iii. 114, 143; iv. 13, 16, 58, 

95 bis, 99, 156; v. 134; vi. 176, 

181 ; vii. 47, 82, 92. 
St. Giles, iv. 16; vi. 148. 
Hertford College, v. 48, 49, 50 bis, 

andn., 51, 100, 137, 160; vi. 3, 

172, 189; vii. 78, 88. 
Holy Trinity, vi. 66, 68, 70. 
Holywell, ii. 67, 154, 155; iii. 262; 

iv. 12 n., 33, 50, 132, 150, 151 ; v. 

i2^i>is; vi. 156, 1 66, 174; viii. 23; 

Music Room, vi. 44 ; Cemetery, 

vii. 100. 

Hope Portrait Collection, v. 72 n. 
Jesus College, iii. 159; iv. 54 n. ; v. 

160; vi. 30; vii. 79, 85, 88. 
St. John's College, iv. 68, 93, 95 ; v. 

10, 78, 159, 160 ; vi. 33 n., 76, 88, 

1 80; vii. 47, 60, 95. 
St. John Bapt., iv. 18, 103. 
Keble College, vi. 178; vii. 47, 52, 77. 
Lincoln College, i. 7, 165, 166; ii. 

80, 138, 143, 149; iii. 125 ., 152; 

iv. 4 1 , 57, 60, 61, 149 n., 175; v. 

53, 70, 71, 74, 83, 129, H3, 160, 

161 ; vi. 49, 93, 147. 
Magdalen College : 
Chapel : 
vestments consecrated at Dorchester, 

[1532], ii. 7. 

altars consecrated, [1554], ii. 30. 
chalices consecrated, [1502], i. 32. 



Oxford : Magdalen College : 

a silver cup altered to a chalice, 

[1612], iii. 42. 

a paten consecrated, [1557], ii. 32. 
silver cross bought, i. 33 ; one given, 

ib. 100. 
images of St. M. Magd. and St. John, 

and of an angel, i. 6. 
gate-alms, i. 6. 
the Alms-house, i. 7, 62, 65 [one 

" mag. Ellis " was Keeper of the 

Almonry in the years 1631-1643, for 

which office his salary was ] 
oratory near the high altar, i. 19. 
images ["idola''] destroyed in the 

Chapel, [1570], ii. 42. 
lead sold, [1730-3], v. 10. 
Holy Communion to be celebrated 

three times in each term, [1580], iii. 

8 ; not celebrated in 1649-59, iv. 6, 

7- 
apportionment of alms at Holy 

Communion, [1861], vi. 53-4. 
Communion plate, iii. 200, 205, 

260-1 ; iv. 13. 

Chapel repaired, [1636], iii. 51. 
Chapel of St. John, i. 22 ; iv. 23. 
erection of cloister on S., and 

Chapel over it, i. 22. 
the light of St. Andrew, i. 27. 
Easter sepulchre, i. 16. 
sale of Chapel vessels, &c., [1549- 

52], 26, 28. vessels [" vasa an- 

tiquitus idolis dicata"!], and of 

jewels, [1570-1], ii. 42. 
books, vestments, &c., re-purchased, 

[1554], ii. 29-30, 32. 
the Chapel and Hall repaired, 

[1790], v. 28. 
picture at the altar repaired, [1770], 

v. 21 ; engraved, [1814], v. 45. 
position of candlesticks altered, 

[1784], v. 24. 

images sold, [1788-91], v. 26, 29. 
ordination in the Chapel, [1693], 

iv. 51. 
the windows, [1844-57], vi. 22, 44, 

46 ; vii. 14 ; two figures from Ante- 
Chapel windows given to Horspath 

Church, [1860], vi. 52 ; four given 

to Great Houghton Church, [1866], 

vi. 61. 

credence-table, [1858], vi. 47. 
canopy erected over the altar, [i 758], 

v. 18. 
Ante-Chapel furnished with seats, 

&c., [1855], vi. 43. 
hours of service altered, [1862-3], 

vi. 54, 55, 5 6 - 



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Oxford : Magdalen College : 

niches at the east end filled, [1863], 

vi. 56, 57. 59- 

the pulpit cloth, [1617], iii. 45. 
pulpit removed from Ante-Chapel, 

vi. 63. 

gas candelabra, vi. 63. 
pinnacles on the roof, &c., restored, 

[1869], vi. 64. 
Christmas Eve celebration, vi. 104- 

5; [i86i],#. 53J [1870], #.66; 

[1876], ib. 71-2. 
small bell bought for the Chapel, 

[1590], iii. 26. 

brasses replaced, vi. 69 ; vii. 103. 
warming apparatus, [1873], vi. 68. 
Chaplains' stipends increased, 

[1682], iv. 34. 
organ restored from Hampton Court, 

[1660], iii. 191 ; iv. 12. {See Blox- 

am's Register, vol. ii, p. cxv.] 
new organ, [i86i],vi. 52; repaired, 

[1876], vi. 71 ; reconstructed, 

[1878], vi. 73; improved, [1905], 

vii. 24. 

Chapel furniture in 1659, iv. 13. 
Organist's salary, vi. n, 31, 59, 67, 

68; vii. 26; organist appointed 

Precentor, vi. 72. 
Academical Clerks' salary, vi. 68 ; 

Lay Clerks, vi. 69. 
Hall: 

tapestry, or curtains, [1718], v. 5. 
re-roofing of Hall, vii. 21, 22. 
pictures repaired, [1746-52], v. 15, 

16 ; cleaned, vi. 10. 
painted glass, v. 21. 
table and seats for the high table, 

[1770], v. 21. 
the oak panelling cleaned from 

green paint, [1836], vi. 10. 
the Hall decorated at Christmas, 

i. 14, 16 bis, 19; the Chapel, iv. 

52 ; boar's head, i. 21, 63, 66, 98, 

"interludia", &c., ib. 32, 55, 62, 

66, 68. 
English New Testament bought for 

use in the Hall, [1572], ii. 43. 
wainscotted, [1603], iii. 35. 
windows repaired, [1647], iii. 59. 
music in the Hall, and President's 

house, on feasts of Annunciation, 

Purification, and at Christmas, 

[1576], iii. 5. 

shields of benefactors, vi. 47, 50, 61. 
new windows, [1867-8], vi. 62, 63. 
"le payle" in the Hall, i. 69. 
College arms heraldically printed, 

[1574], iii. 3. 



Oxford : Magdalen College : 

Founder's arms repainted in the Hall 

windows, [1589], iii. 26. 
Library : 

chains, 1485-1679, i. 14, 16, 26, 30, 
32; ii. 4, 5, 12, 45; iii. 35; iv. 32; 
[1721, 1728], v. 7; removed, 
L 1 ?^], v. 33. 

binding, &c., i. 7, 10, 13, 16, 21, 
26, 30, 62, 64, 65 ; iii. 48. 

list of books in a Fellow's library, 
[1580], ii. 143. 

Dr. West's benefaction, vi. 34. 

register of benefactions, iii. 48. 

MSS. i. 4, 7, 10, 16 bis (?), (20?), 21, 
22 bis, 26, 28, 30 bis, 32, 64, 65 (?), 
87, 88 bis, 89, 90, 91, 97, 98, 102, 
103, 104, 105, 108, 113, 116, 118, 
119, I26(?); ii. 212-18; iii. 114, 
149, 158, 165 ; iv. 82, 129 ; v. 46, 

72, 83, 95, 109, 115, 126; vi. 49, 

62, 73, 114-16. 

printed books, i. 13, 16, 23 (?), 26, 

32, 62, 102, 113, 120, 126, 151, 

156, 158, 167 ., 175; ii. 17, 19, 
2I > 33, 35, 43-4, 8 9, *$$, 161-2, 
181, 192, 218-23, 22 5 5 iii. 9, 25, 
26, 27, 28, 29, 32, 33, 35, 47, 50, 

63, 64, 68, 70, 80, 103, 104, 105, 

107, IIO, 112, 114, 117, 126, 127, 

128 bis, 131, 132, 141, 151, 152, 
154, 182; iv 20, 21, 33, 4 o, 77; 
vi. 19, 29, 48, 49, 52, 54, -jo bis, 

73, 171; vii. 4. [The mark? 
denotes books which cannot be 
distinguished as being MSS. or 
printed.] 

legacy of Sir A. Throckmorton, iv. 

3 ; of Dr. Fitzwilliams, iv. 103 ; 

of Dr. Pudsey, iv. 105 ; of Will. 

Clements, v. 33. 
books sold, ii. 220 ; some duplicates 

given to New Windsor, in Nova 

Scotia, [1803-4], v. 37 bis ; some 

sold, [1881], vii. 3. 
map of the World bought, [1580], 

iii. 9. 
a catalogue made, [1630], iii. 50; 

[1656], iv. n ; new catalogue, 

[1869-72], vi. 43, 49, 55. 
rules to be printed, v. 33. 
School and choristers : 
washing of feet of seven boys on 

Maundy Thursday, [1554], ii. 29. 
a play on Easter Day, [1495, and 

in 1510], i. 28, 65; and on St. 

John's night, and the Octave of 

Epiphany, [1513], i. 68. 
Grammar Hall, or School, i. 16, 24, 



INDEX IV 



Oxford : Magdalen College : 

66, 82, 97 ; iii. 20, 52 ; repaired, 
[1534], ii. 13; buildings pulled 
down in part, [1828], vi. 6. 

new school built, [1844], vi. 24, 25. 

prizes to be given, [1840], vi. 16, 

'95-* 
the Choristers' Boy- Bishop, i. 6, 10, 

20. 

the boys'names written on a wooden 
tablet, [1556], ii. 32. 

usher's salary increased, vi. 16. 

quater-centenary celebrated, vi. 74- 

new house, [1892-3], vii. ii bis; 

occupied in 1894, vii. 13. 
Buildings, &c. : 

corner-stone of the new bell-tower 
laid, i. 23 ; the building mentioned, 
i. 25, 26, 30, 66, 118 ; remission of 
a tax of a fifteenth granted towards 
it, i. 25, 28 ; the former bell-tower 
pulled down and the bells removed 
to the new tower ; a clock made, 
[1505], ib. 34; bell made and old 
bells and clock repaired, [1602], 
iii. 35; clock repaired, [1804], v. 

38. 

chaplains' quadrangle, i. 65. 
tower repaired, [1707], iv. 55 ; 

[1803], v. 36; repaired, [1871-8], 

vi. 67, 72 ; and new clock, [1908], 

vii. 30 ; a fire in it, [1807], v. 39 ; 

[1890], vii. 10. 
ladder placed at the top of the 

stone staircase, [1836], vi. 10; 

struck by lightning, [1844]; re " 

paired, and lightning-conductor 

fixed, vi. 23, 24. 
the gateways, iii. 140, 141 ; the old 

gateway removed, [1844], vi. 22, 

140 ; plans for the second new gate 

approved, [1884], vii. 7. 
muniment tower repaired, [1808- 

10], v. 40 ; [1876-8], vi. 72. 
cloisters rebuilt, [1822-7], vi. 3, 5. 
St. Swithin's quadrangle, [1880], vi. 

74- 
bells, iv. 3, 56, 184; vi. 50; some 

re-hung (1884), vii. 7. 
the New Building, [1733-4], v. 

11-12,31, {see also 10) ; finished, 

[1824], vl 4. 
the figures in the cloister- quadrangle 



Oxford : Magdalen College : 

set up, [1508], i. 65 ; repaired, 
[1672], iv. 26; [1867], vi. 62. 
cloisters, figures, &c., painted, 

[1605, 1610], iii. 36, 41. 
Plate: 

inventories, [1590-1901], iii. 197- 
261; order for contributions by pro- 
bationers and commoners, [1580], 
iii. 8 ; cups given, [1594], **. 32, 
47 ; plate repaired and altered, ib. 

34, 4 2 - 

cup given by Parliament at Oxford, 
[1626], iii. 48 ; iv. 4; the plate to 
be sold for the king's service, 
[1642], iii. 56; sent to the Mint, 
[1643], ib. 57. 

the Founder's cup, [1672], iii. 201, 
222; [1910], vii. 34; the Restora- 
tion cup, [1672], iii. 201, 223; 
[1910], vii. 34 ; plate in Pres. 
Butler's keeping, iv. 176. 

the plate pawned in 1687, iii. 185. 

plate inspected, [1808], v. 40. 

cups bought, [1650-1], iv. 7, 8 ; 
spoons, [1653], iv. 8 ; bowl be- 
queathed, iv. 41 ; order respecting 
alteration, [1663], iv. 20, 22. 

kitchen cups marked with a College 

stamp, [1483-4], vii. 119. 
Miscellaneous : 

called to dinner by a bell, [1512], i. 
68 ; at the Bursars' audit- dinner 
and ' pro Vigilate ' by a horn, 
[1580-2], iii. 9 bis. 

forfeited goods assigned to the 
College, i. 10. 

Lord Chamberlain entertained in 
1483,1. 12. 

Spanish ambassadors entertained, 
[ 1 490] , i. 2 2 ; vii. 1 2 o ; two Italians 
on Christmas Day and a [Spanish?] 
orator, ib. ; two hermits, an organ- 
player, and singers, i. 23. 

payments for clock and care of it, i. 
34, 152 ; iii. 35. 

alms-house, iii. 28, 32, 48, 71. 

President's London house ; see Lon- 
don. 

renunciation of the Papal supremacy 

[!535]> 14- 

a Tuesday lecture-sermon, temp. 
Jas. I, iii. 115. 



[* In the following year prizes were given for the first time. My old friend, 
Rev. F. T. W. Wintle, then a chorister, told me in a letter dated Nov. ii, 1909, that 
seven volumes, bearing the College arms, were given to him in 1 841, " examinatoribus 
se egregie commendanti." He died at his rectory at Bere Ferren, Devon, Dec. 1 1, 
1912, aged 81.] 



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97 



Oxford : Magdalen College : 
Deans' prayers, vi. 9. 
poem on the Gaudy quoted, [c. 

1730-40], v. 10-11. 
fall of great oak, [1789], v. 28. 
the Music School, i. 67, 69 ; ii. 13 ; 

iv. 14; organ for the School, 

[1794], v. 31. 

a maze in the Grove, [1702], iv. 53. 
Parliamentary troops in, [1642], iv. 

4- 

"orders called the Stint agreed 

upon," [1667], iv. 23. 
the Common Room, [1674], iv. 

27; [1680], ib. 33; [1688], ib. 43. 
a thermometer bought, [1693], iv. 

50. 

illuminations, v. 34, 38. 
gardener's salary doubled, [1810], v. 

42. 
custom with juniors on the day of 

closing the bursary accounts, v. 

112 . 

a " ludus" (dramatic representation ?) 
on Easter Day, i. 28, 65 ; a 
comedy, [1579], ii. 18 ; order re- 
specting payment for performances, 
[1580], iii. 8; "ludi" on the 
coming of the Chancellor, [1585], 
iii. 24 ; a comedy before the Prince 
Palatine, [1613], iii. 43; comedy 
by D. Castilion performed on visit 
of James I, iii. 36 ; a comedy in 
the President's house, [ 1 6 1 5] , iii. 44 ; 
"Tragoedise," [1617-19], ib. 45, 

47- 
mathematical lectureship established , 

[1813-19], v. 44, 50. 
report for improvement of College 

system, [1851], vi. 34-5. 
commoners to be admitted in place 

of gentlemen-commoners, [1852], 

vi. 37, 3 8 - 

college servants, vi. 39, 41. 
Visitor's injunctions respecting tenure 

of demyships, [1854], vi. 42. 
the bursars' Home Progress discon- 
tinued, [1859], vi. 49. 
oysters given to the clerks on 

Fridays, i. 63, 66, 68. 
gift of a painting of the College, 

middle of cent, xvi, v. 15. 
engraving of west window in Chapel, 

v. 1 6. 
repair of President's house, [1769- 

70], v. 21 ; rebuilt, [1855], vi. 43. 
brew-house built, [1802-4], v - 35, 

37 ; brewing discontinued, [1861], 

vi. 53- 
VIII. H 



Oxford : Magdalen College : 

May morning on the Tower, vi. 66, 

68, 73, 107-8. 
value of Demyships increased, [1854], 

vi. 41 ; [1871], vi. 66. 
teachers in Hebrew, iv. 48, 54, 55 ; 

v. 21. 
engraved views in the Oxford 

Almanacks, [1730-1890], vi. 193. 
new walk from Addison's Walk, 

[1869], vi. 62. 

walks to be closed on Sunday after- 
noons, [1851], vi. 35. 
the quater-centenary, vi. 48. 
bursar's office divided for Estates 

and Home, [1881], vii. 3. 
fines for non-attendance at College 

meetings abolished, [1884], vii. 7. 
terminal statute-reading in Hall, iii. 

1 8 and n. 
a terrier of the College possessions 

enjoined to be made, [1585], iii. 19. 
to be lighted with gas, [1819], v. 

51; carried out, [1824], vi. 4; 

[1850], vi. 34; electric lighting, 

[1892-3], vii. ii, 12; [1897], ib. 

'5; [i9<>7], ib. 27. 
catalogue of the muniments made 

in 1598, iii. 35 ; [1864], vi. 57 ; 

finished in 1878, vii. 54. 
a ball given for the first time in 

Hall, [1886], vii. 8. 
University Registrar's attendance 

at admission of undergraduates, 

&c., discontinued, [1870], vi. 65 ; 

presence of a Notary Public at 

admission of Fellows discontinued, 

[1888], vii. 9. 

Christmas Eve, [1888-9], vii. 9. 
Rhodes Scholars, vii. 22, 23. 
two emus given, but died, vii. 6. 
swans kept, i. 21, 22, 28 ; ii. 21; iii. 

45 ; some sent from Ducklington 

in 1683, iv. 34; black swans given 

by Vintners' Company, [1904], vii. 

23- 
two does given from Windsor Park, 

vii. 16. 
peacocks given but not kept, [1856], 

vi. 45- 

offer of ostriches declined, vii. 13. 
stone pulpit, iv. 183-4; vii. T 5- 
MSS. and casts of seals lent for 

Church Exhibition, vii. 23-4. 
spur-royals, iv. 23, 67, 68, 75, 7^ 

bis, 88, 89, 97; v. 22, 27, 28 (see 

Rider, Will, in Addenda to General 

Index of Fellows), 
tree planted in front of the New 



9 8 



INDEX IV 



Oxford : Magdalen College : 

Building in memory of the Princess 
Charlotte, [1817], v. 49. 
fires in College, [1719, 1849], v - 
6; vi. 32; fire insurance, [1814], 

v. 45- 

Lecturers in Natural Philosophy and 
Law, &c , appointed, [1850], vi.33. 

women admitted to lectures, [1906], 
vii. 97. 

grants for relief of the poor of 
Oxford, [1757-1848], v. 1 8, 20 
bis, 22 and n., 26, 31, 33 bis, 34 

?> 3<5, 3 8 > 4 T 45, 4 8 5 vi - l6 , 3- 
king of Portugal visits the College, 
[1854], vi. 42. 

Magdalen Hall,.i. 62, 98, 120, 141; 
ii. 50, 91, 130, 132, 155, 213; iii. 
61, 94, 112 bis, 117, 118, 122, 128, 
137, 142 bis, 145 bis, 147, 153, 166, 
171 ; iv. 34, 51 bis, 57, 61, 64, 66, 
69 bis, 70 bis, 71, 74, 75 bis, 94, 95 
scepe, 128, 152, 163, 180, 189; v. 
30, 48, 62, 63, 96, 105 ; vi. 3, 6, 
26, 68, 117 ., 144, 173; vii. 102. 

St. Martin's, Carfax, iii. 138, 149 ; 
iv. 15, 131, 161; v. 51. 

St. Mary's, i. 20, 105, 167 ; ii. 26, 
161, 167 ; iii. 45, 144, 149 bis, 183 ; 
iv. 16, 71, 93, 98, 120, 132, 159, 
*?4; v. 51, 53, 55 bis, 56 ; vi. 71 ; 
vii. 4, 51, 60, 66. 

St. Mary Hall, i. 14 ; vi. 76. 

St. Mary Magd., iv. 16 ; v. 131 ; vi. 

33. J 55; vii - 54-. 

Merton College, i. 7 bis [warden], 
28, 32, 106, 173; ii. 32, 75, 121, 
162 ., 150 bis, 151, 154 bis, 213; 
iii. 5,27,40,58,94, 117, 183; iv. 
18, 67, 95 bis, 135, 170 ; v. 8, 20, 
6 3> 65, 73, 77, 102, 123, 142, 147; 
vi. 76, 83, 172; vii. 21, 36, 82, 91, 

94- 
St. Michael s, iv. 16, 18, 161 ; vi. 39 ; 

" extra portam", iv. 17. 
New College, i. 13, 25, 28, 62, 64, 

86 ; ii. 10, 66, 95, 186 ; iii. 28,111, 

168, 169, 265 ; iv. 28, 56, 108, 115; 

v. 28, 102, 122, 147; vi. 48, 7*1, 

180; vii. 26, 42, 48, 52, 54, 61, 

67 ter, 87, 93, 94, 95, 105, 108, 

109. 
New Inn Hall, i. 97; ii. 194; iii. 

141; iv. 69, 84; viii. 23. 
Oriel College, ii. 142 ; iii. 45 ; iv. 59, 

70, 114, 132, 168; v. 63/69, 135; 

vi. 97 ., 106 n., 137, 163, 166; 

vii. 26, 28, 35, 60, 92 bis. 



Oxford : 

Pembroke College, iii. 157, 175; iv. 
17; v. 64, 108; vi. 84, 176; vii. 

4 1 , 5 2 , 53- 

St. Peter's- in-the- East, ii. 73 [154; qu. 
St. Peter-le-Bailey?]; iii. 66, 187, 
194 n., 262 bis, 263; iv. 4, 14-15, 
51, 54,64, 75, 98, 162; v. 16, 17, 
38 ; vi. 10, 14, 24, 26, 27, 39, 6c, 
68, 70; vii. 15, 120; viii. 23; obit of 
a vicar, [1499^, i. 29 ; [1525], ii. 5. 

St. Peter-le-Bailey, iii. 263, 268; iv. 
1 7, 68 ; vi. 65, 67, 89 ; vii. 7. 

Queen's College, i. 7, 8, 18, 51, 115; 
iii. 109, 118 n., 122, 139, 146, 
181 ; iv. 15,44, 8 4, 99 5 v - 2 3, 24, 
38, 100, 123, 142, 144, 147, 165; 
vi. 151 ; vii. 29, 61, 82, 87. 

Radcliffe Library, vi. 76. 

The Schools, iii. 123. 

Summertown, vi. 50. 

St. Thomas's, ii. 189 ; iv. 7. 

Trinity College, i. 138; ii. 66, 70; 
iii. 121 ; iv. 60, 130; v. 62, 80, 96, 
103, 130; vi. 83, 93, 97, 175, 192 ; 
vii. 16, 68, 77, 86, 87, 116. 

University College, i. 18, 19, 81 ; ii. 
169; iii. 135, 151; iv. 105, 114, 
*34; ^ 9, 77, 79, 80, 85,107,131, 
132, 142 bis, 151, 152, 153, 160; 
vi. 94, 117, 128, 147, 153, 154, 
158, 163, 167, 193 ; vii. 85 bis. 

Wadham College, ii. 156; iii. 47 ., 

i47 fS * 26 5; iv - 6 9> 7, 9 6 > II2 > 
150, 163; v. 108 ; vi. 102, 141, 
143, 186 ; vii. 32, 60, 75, 79, 116. 
Worcester College, vi. in, 112 ., 
146, 178; vii. 30. 

Aristotle's Hall, iv. 18. 

Beam Hall, i. 23, 118 bis, 140. 

Beef Hall, iv. 17. 

Bostar Hall, i. 88; vii. 102. 

Broadgates Hall, i. 89; ii. 12; iii. 

104. 

George Hall, i. 105. 
Glazen Hall, alias Pylett's Hall, i. 

83 

Gloucester Hall, iii. 104 ; iv. 68. 
Haberdasher Hall, vii. 102. 
Hare Hall, i. 88 ; vii. 102. 
Hart Hall, iii. 39, 94 bis; iv. 108. 
Lawrence Hall, i. 153. 
Ox Hall, i. 27. 
Physick Hall, iv. 16. 
Salisbury Hall, i. 105. 
Willoughby Hall, iv. 16. 
St. Frideswide's, i. 112, 123, 142, 166, 

{67 ; a prior of St. Frideswide, 



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99 



Oxford : 

EC. 1505], i. 48 ; funeral of a prior, 
1496], ib. 118; St. Frideswide's 

fair, i. 32. 
Trinity conventual house ; Richard, 

a brother, i. 116 bis. 
House of the Carmelites, i. 48. 
Mansfield College, vii. 29. 
Radcliffe Infirmary, v. 21, 22, 52, 

101 ; vi. 52. 

Lunatic Asylum, [1813], v. 44. 
Grey Coat School, v. 44. 
Langton Chest, i. 154. 
the"Nelle" Chest, i. 7. 
"Cistade Turville," i. 88. 
" Cista antique Universitatis," viii. 23. 
University Charity-schools, v. 15, 17. 

City : 

The Angel Inn, iv. 15 ; vi. 25, 44, 58. 
The Bell Inn, [1481-2], i. 8, 10; iii. 

68. 
The Greyhound, ii. 72 ; iii. 136, 186 ; 

iv. 15, 55; v. 5; vi. 22, 26. 
The Queen's Arms, [1661], iv. 15. 
The Star, iii. 43. 

The Tabard, i. 13, 36, 43 bis, 49 bis. 
"Jeans' Club," [c. 1670], iii. 158. 
Ball's, Hall's, coffee-house, [1685-7], 

iv. 149 ., 151. 
Canditcli, ii. 80. 

"Dovers Peer," [1677], iv. 31 bis, 32. 
rise of the Long Vacation, ii. p. iii-iv. 
fortifications, [1642-5], iii. 55, 57, 58. 
plague [or pestilence] in 1487, i. 16. 

1489, ib. 21. 

1501, ib. 30. 

1502-3, ib. 32, 33. 

1507, ib. 61, 146. 

1534. II ~ I 3- 

1535, ib. 68. 

1538, ib. 1 8. 

1563-4, ib. 36. 

1571,2'*. 43. 

1575, ib. 45. 

1576, i". 5- 

1577, ib. 5, 61. 

1579, ib. 6. 

1580-1, ib. 9. 

1582, ib. 10. 

1584, ib. 10. 

1592, ib. 29. 

1595, ib. 32. 

1603, ib. 35. 

1606, ib. 39. 

1608, ih. 40, 41. 

1625-6, ib. 48. 
small-pox in 1670, iv. 104. 

1679, iv. 1 20. 



Oxford : 

scarcity of corn, [1531], ii. 69 ; 
[1597-1600], iii. 33, 34 ; [1800-2], 

v. 33, 35- 

Fish Street, [1802], v. 36. 
a house in the Fishery, [1507], i. 40. 
Rose Lane, v. 36. 
house called Jacob's Well, [i77i-3] 7 

v. 21. 
house called Noah's Ark, [1802], v. 

36 bis, 41 n. 

Hustings Court, [1574], ii. 45. 
mayor and aldermen entertained, 

[1488], i. 20. 

the mayor's sergeants, i. i=. 
hermit of the Chapel of St. Vincent 
(?), [Chapel not mentioned by 
Wood], i. 1 6. 
volunteers, [1798-1808], v. 33 ter, 

36, 40. 
meadows called " le Angel " and 

" Bolshipton ", [1605], iii. 37. 
the river Cherwell, iii. 27 ; v. ii, 52 ; 

" Irishmanspole," ii. 27. 
St. John's Wood, (?) i. 68 ; ii. 13. 
strangers in Oxford, [1482-1771] : 
Bohemians, iv. 9. 
French, iii. 5, 35; iv. 36; v. 14 

and n. 

Georgian, v. 16. 

Germans, i. 12; ii. 19; iii. 5, 49; 
iv. u, 88. 
Greeks, iii. 41 ; iv. 3, 29; v. 8, 12, 

16, 19. 

Hungarian, v. 12. 
Irish, ii. 41 ; iv. 5, 6, 7, 9, 19, 43, 

48, 49. 

Italian, v. 18, 21 [?]. 
Jews, iv. n, 19, 48, 54 ; v. 9, 2i[?]. 
Piedmontese, iv. 14. 
Poles, iv. 13, 19 bis, 34, (from 

Podolia). 

Portuguese, i. 93 ["Portingalicus", 
a Fellow]. 
Scots, iv. 12, 19; Episc. clergy, 

[1705], iv. 54. 
Spaniard, v. 12. 
Swiss, iii. 34. 
Syrian, v. 20. 
Welsh, iv. 19. 
Oxfordshire, iii. 31 ; vi. 21, 59, 69, 74; 

Heralds' 1 Visitations, cited, i. 122. 
Oxton, Nottinghamshire, vi. 128. 

Padiham, Lancashire, iv. 40. 

Padua, i. 153, 156, 160; ii. 220; iii. 

193 ; iv. 97 n. ; vi. 171. 
Paisley, Renfrewshire, v. 37; vi. 6, 18. 
Parham, Sussex, vi. 112 n. 



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INDEX IV 



Paris, i. 144; ii. 106, 107, 126; iii. 

ii n. ; iv. 121, 160; vii. 116. 
Passenham, Northamptonshire, iii. 171. 
Patney, Wiltshire, iii. 90. 
Paulerspury, Northamptonshire, iv. 3. 
Peasemore, Berkshire, iii. 157. 
Pembury, Kent, iii. 174. 
Pennant, Montgomeryshire, iii. 141. 
Perrott, South, Dorset, ii. 89. 
Perry ; see Paulerspury. 
Persia, iii. 97. 

Perth, grant to the cathedral, vi. 39. 
Peterborough, iv. 88 ; prebend, iii. 150. 
Petersfield, Hampshire, i. 71 ; ii. 8, 

48 ., 49, 79 ; iii. 31 ; iv. 20; v. 33 ; 

vi. 41, 69 ; vii. 14, 17, 19. 
Petherton, North, Somerset, i. 158. 
Petworth, Sussex, iv. 7, 69 ; v. 144, 145. 
Philadelphia and New York, college of, 

v. 19. 

Piddlehinton, Dorset, i. 94. 
Pirbright, Surrey, iv. 64. 
Pitchcott, Buckinghamshire, vi. 87. 
Pitsford, Northamptonshire, iii. 94 . 
Pittington, Durham, iii. 262; vi. 148 bis. 
Plymouth, Devonshire, iv. 58 ; vi. 98, 

1 80. 

Poling, Sussex, i. 152 ; ii. 68. 
Polstead, Suffolk, ii. 146 ; v. 79.. 
Poltimore, Devonshire, iv. 96. 
Pontefract, Yorkshire, v. 66, 83. 
Pontoise, iv. 159. 
Poplar, Middlesex, vii. 90. 
Porlock, Somerset, ii. 93. 
Portishead, Somerset, ii. 136. 
Portsea, Hampshire, vii. 66. 
Portugal , grant for distressed Portuguese, 

[1811], v. 41. 
Poynings, Suffolk, v. 130. 
Preston, Gloucestershire, iv. 178. 
Preston, Lancashire, i. 18; vii. 61. 
Pretoria, South Africa, vii. 17. 
Priston, Somerset, ii. 86. 
Puddimore Milton, Somerset, iv. 112. 
Pyrton, Oxfordshire, vi. 42 ; vii. 14, 20. 

Qnarley, Hampshire, v. 84. 

Quebec, v. 155 ; vi. 26. 

Quinlon, Gloucestershire, iii. 31 ; v. 
p. ix, 50 ; vi. 12, 40, 50, 54, 56, 65, 
6?i 70, 72 ; vii. 7, 24, 29, 30 bis, 120. 

Radley, Berkshire, iii. 114; vi. 132, 

177, 188; vii. 94. 

Radnor, Old, Herefordshire, ii. 185. 
Raithby, Lincolnshire, vi. 117. 
Ramsbury, Wiltshire, iii. 154. 
Ramsdale, Hampshire, vi. 53, 65, 69 ; 

vii. 14. 



Ramsey, Essex, East Newhall, iii. 30. 
Ramsey, Huntingdonshire, i. 102. 
Reading, Berkshire, i. 166 ; ii. 120 ; iv. 

69 ; vii. 67 ; Abbey, iii. 165 ; St. 

Mary's, ii. 169 ; iii. 268. 
Rede, Suffolk, v. in. 
Redlynch, Somerset, v. 152. 
Redmarshall, Durham, v. 129. 
Remenham, Berkshire, viii. 23. 
Repton, Derbyshire, vi. 188. 
Rewley Abbey, Oxford, ii. 3. 
Rheims, ii. 114 bis. 
Riby, Lincolnshire, v. 108. 
Richmond, Yorkshire, vi. 98. 
Ridlington, Rutland, iii. 155. 
Riesbach, Switzerland, vii. 79. 
Rimpton, Somerset, iii. no. 
Ringwonld, Kent, v. 144. . 
Rio de Janeiro, vii. 67. 
Ripe, Sussex, iii. 169. 
Ripley, Yorkshire, v. 108. 
Ripon, Yorkshire, ii. 56; iii. 153; iv. 

134 bis, 163, 172 ter\ vi. 87 bis; 

a prebendary, i. 164. 
Risborough, Princes [?], Buckingham- 
shire, vi. 16, 27. 
Rochelle, ii. 149; iii. 167. 
Rochester, ii. 54; iii. 170; -vii. 60; 

St. Margaret's, iii. 147 ; iv. 68 ; 

St. Nicholas', ii. 171. 
Ro'ckley, Wiltshire, vi. 31. 
Roding Abbess, Essex, iii. 165. 
Roding Aythorpe, Essex, iv. 173. 
Romaldkirk, Yorkshire, ii. 56 ; iii. 182. 
Rome, ii. 98, 219; iv. 156, 157; vi. 

106 ., 168 ; English College, ii. 99 ; 

iv. 155, 156, 159; British School, vii. 

21. 26. 

Romney, New, Hampshire, vi. 69 ; vii. 

3- 

Romney, Old, Kent, vi. 61. 

Romney Marsh, Kent,' ii. 26, 183; iii. 
3 1 ! vi. 33 ; Chapel of St. Stephen, ii. 
91. 

Romsey, Hampshire, i. 29, 106 ; vi. 24. 

Rooke, or Roke, in Bensington, Oxford- 
shire, ii. 41 ; iii. 30. 

Ropley, Hampshire, vi. 64, 69 ; vii. 6, 

J 3> *9- 

Roscrowther, Pembrokeshire, ii. 96. 
Rotherfield Greys, Oxfordshire, iii. 124. 
Rotherham, Yorkshire, iii. 149; v. 161. 
Rothwell, Yorkshire, i. 84. 
Rotterdam, iv. 53. 
Rouen, ii. 124; iii. 96. 
Rousham, Oxfordshire, v. 58. 
Royston, or Ruston, Yorkshire, i. 25, 84. 
Ruckinge, Kent, ii. 87. 
Rugby, Warwickshire, iv. 52 ; v. 117, 



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101 



130; vi. 97, 107 ., m, 113, 144, 

I SZ> l6 7 X 79; vii. 5- 
Ruislip, Middlesex, hi. 134. 
Ruscombe, prebend of, Salisbury, i. 95. 
Russia, vi. 90, 170 ; grant for relief of 

sufferers in Russia, [1812], v. 44, 
Ruston, Yorkshire ; see Royston. 
Ruxford, Devonshire, iv. 121. 
Rye, Sussex, i. 167 ; iv. 188; vii. 119. 
Rype, Sussex, ii. 75. 
Ryton, Durham, ii. 159. 
Ryton, Warwickshire, ii. 129. 

St. Andrew's, vi. 98. 

St. Botolph's, Sussex, iii. 145. 

St. David's, Pembrokeshire, ii. 96, 221. 

Cathedral, vi. 48. 

St. Edeyrn, Pembrokeshire, ii. 221. 
St. Edmundsbury, iv. 75, 160. 
St. Germains, France, iv. 138 bis, 139. 
St. Nicholas-at-Wade, Kent, v. 144. 
St. Omer, iv. 149, 155, 156, 159. 
Salamanca, battle at, [1812], v. 43. 
Salisbury, i. 13, 63, 87, 103; iii. 93, 
X 39> J 7 8 > l88 ! iv. 90, 119; vi. 165. 

prebendaries, 1. 95, no; ii. 43, 64, 
66, 92, 93, 127, 143; iii. 129 bis; 
v. 107, 167, 176. 

school-boys read the First Lesson in 
the Cathedral, iii. 93. 

Cathedral, vii. 104. 

the College of Scholars' Vale, i. 
90 n. ; Charters of Salisbury, cited, 
ibid. 

Old Sarum, iii. 139. 

Saltash, Cornwall, St. Stephen's, ii. 5 2 bis. 
Saltrleetby, Lincolnshire, i. 135, 141, 

155; ii. 62, 71, 187; iii. 173, 175 ; 

v. 73, 81, 129, 143 bis; vi. 24, 25, 

32, 44, 67 bis, 69, 128; vii. 10, 12, 

21, 26, 28. 

Saltford, Somerset, ii. 136. 
Samos, iv. 29 . 
Sandbach, Cheshire, iv. 105. 
Sandford[-on-Thames], Oxfordshire, i. 

49; iv - 3 T > S3! vii - 21. 
Sandford St. Martin, Oxfordshire, v. 

115. 

Sandhurst, Berkshire, v. 143 bis. 
Sandhurst, Gloucestershire, iv. 148. 
Sandown, Isle of Wight, vi. -162. 
Sandwich, Kent, iv. 85. 
Saragossa, iii. 99. 
Sarsden, Oxfordshire, iv. 35, 36. 
Saumur, iii. 167. 
Saunderion, Buckinghamshire, v. ii, 45, 

51, 63 ; vi. 30, 36, 94, 95 ; purchase 

of the advowson, [1725], v. 9. 
Sawley, Yorkshire, iv. 135. 



Scaldwell, Northamptonshire, v. 135. 
Scarborough, Yorkshire, vi. 158. 
Scarle, South, Lincolnshire, prebend, i. 

127. 

Scorrier, Cornwall, vi. 157. 
Scotland, iii. 130; iv. 70. 

grants to the Episcopal Church, 
[1720, 1807, 1839], v - 7, 39; vi. J 4 
56. 

relief to the Highlands and Islands, 
[1837, l8 47, iS49]> vi. ii, 28, 32. 

Scopwick, Lincolnshire, ii. 86. 

Scrayingham, Yorkshire, ii. 141, 185. 

Sedbergh, Yorkshire, vi. 147. 

Seddlescombe, Sussex, iii. 146. 

Seething, Norfolk, v. 133. 

Sefton, Lancashire, i. 150. 

Seisdon, Staffordshire, iv. 105. 

Selattyn, Shropshire, iv. 172. 

Selborne, Hampshire, i. 122; ii. 48, 
63, 94. l82 J93 5 i'i. 3 1 , 67, 70, 103, 
143, 152, 168 ; iv. 38, 64, 65, 84, 114, 
122; v. 24, 32, 64, 99, 128; vi. 10, 

!4> 2 7> 32, 4> 49, 7 2 > 73, 74, J 76; 
vii. 5, 15, 1 8, 21, 23, 27, 33 ; Priory, 
i. 71; v. 109; vii. 19; Blackmoor, 
vi. 61, 98, 101. 

Sele, Sussex, \see also Beeding], i. 97, 
99, 101 bis, 123, 141, 153, 159 ; ii. 14, 

50, 55 62 > 79- l88 5 "I- 12 5 : iv - 7 8 , 
95; v. 29; vi. 115; vii. 121 ; the 
priory granted to the White Friars of 
Shoreham, i. 23 ; Priory keys, vi. 
112 and n. 

Selsey, Sussex, prebend, v. 70. 

Sens, France, vi. 48 n. 

Settle, Yorkshire, ii. 131. 

Shaftesbury, Dorset, iii. 178; v. 58 ; vi. 
76. 

Shalbourne, Berkshire, iii. 70. 

Shalford, Surrey, iii. 152. 

Shalstone, Buckinghamshire, ii. 87. 

Shawell, Leicestershire, iii. 103, no. 

Sheepey, South, Leicestershire, ii. 185. 

Sheet, Hampshire, vi. 61 ; vii. 20, 24. 

Sheffield, Yorkshire, iv. 163 ; v. S, 84 .; 
vi. 96, 166 ; vii. 98. 

Shene, Surrey, i. 85. 

Shenfield, Essex, iv. 163. 

Shenley, Buckinghamshire, vi. 83. 

Shepton Mallet, Somerset, ii. 78. 

Sherborne, Dorset, iv. 96 bis ; vii. 67, 86. 

Sherborne St. John, Hampshire, vi. 167. 

Sherbourne, Yorkshire, ii. 89. 

Sherburn, Durham, vi. 102. 

Sherrington, Wiltshire, vii. 29. 

Shifford, Oxfordshire, vi. 49. 

Shillingford, Berkshire, iii. 107. 

Shillington, Bedfordshire, vi. 46, 68. 



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Sliipston-upon-Stour, Worcestershire, i. 

14. 
Shipton-under-Wychwood, Oxfordshire, 

prebend, iii. 143. 
Shirburn, Oxfordshire, iii. 167. 
Shoreham, New, Sussex, i. p. viii, 136, 

151, 177; iii. 40, 132; [iv. 50,51?]; 

v. 34. 47> 5, I 54 J 57 ! vi - 2 4> 6 > 
29 ?], 38, 40, 45, 60, 147; vu. 14. 

St. Nicholas College, vi. 33. 

the Priory of Sele granted to the 
White Friars, i. 23. 

Shoreham, Old, Sussex, i. 130, 136, 

151 ; ii. 82; iii. 39, 128, 134, 169; 

iv. [50, 51?], 189; v. 32, 51, 73, 

127, 157; vi. 15, 17, [26, 29?], 33, 

34 bis, 37, 38, 45. 5 6 I2 9> *3 8 , J 4* ' 

vii. 3, 14, 29. 
Shorne, Kent, iii. 147. 
Shorwell with Mottiston, Isle of Wight, 

v. 101. 
Shotover, Oxfordshire, i. 15, 27 ; ii. 36 ; 

iii. 9, 25, 29, 66, 85, 101 ; iv. 39; v. 

31, 52; vi. 34; vii. 32. 
Shrewsbury, iii. 203 ; iv. 29 bis, 91. 
Shrivenham, Berkshire, vii. 17, 29. 
Sible Hedingham, Essex, iv. 72 bis, 74. 
Sibston, Suffolk, iv. 85. 
Sidbury, Devonshire, vi. 118. 
Sidmouth, Devonshire, v. 134. 
Silchester, Hampshire, vi. 194. 
Skatterow, Aberdeenshire, vi. 44. 
Skendleby, Lincolnshire, v. 99. 
Skirbeck, Lincolnshire, ii. 193. 
Slaidburn, Yorkshire, ii. 172. 
Slapton, Buckinghamshire, i. 105, 106. 
Sloley, Norfolk, iii. 1 35. 
Slymbridge, Gloucestershire, i. 31, 114, 

1 5^> I 7 ; " 69* 169, 181, 186; iii. 

131, 190; iv. 8, 47, 60, 66, 69, no, 

122, 125, 127; v. 36, 49, 81, 100, 

129, 152; vi. 24, 26, 163; vii. 34. 
Smyrna, iv. 79. 

Snargate, Kent, vi. 61, 67 ; vii. 21. 
Sneinton, Nottinghamshire, vi. 151 bis. 
Sodbury, Old, Gloucestershire, v. 148. 
Sombourne Regis ; see King's Som- 

bourne. 
Somercotes, North, Lincolnshire, vi. 29, 

52, 61 ; vii. 7, 21. 
Somercotes, South, Lincolnshire, ii. 

187 ; iv. 51, 65. 
Somerset, iv. 177. 
Somerton, Somerset, iv. 96. 
Sompting, Sussex, v. 35. 
Sonning, Berkshire, vi. 160. 
Souldern, Oxfordshire, v. 100; vii. 

1 6 bis, 23. 
Southara, Warwickshire, ii. 134. 



Southampton, i. 167 ; iii. 63, 93 ; iv. 
35, 2 7> 3i ; vi. 172; vii. 32. 

Holy Rood and St. Michael, iii. 68. 
Southfleet, Kent, iii. 170. 
Southmere, Norfolk, i. 151 ; ii. 66. 
Southsea, Hampshire, vi. 86. 
Sonthwark, iii. 31 ; iv. 6, 34, 65 ; v. 

i 33, 38 ; vi. 26, 42, 54; vii. 15, 
16, 24, 28. 

legacies to St. Margaret's Church, 
St. Mary Overey, and St. Thomas's 
Hosp., i. 107 ; St. John's, vi. 73, 75 ; 
St. Olave's, ii. 56, 139; iv. 165, 167; 
vi. 46, 75 ; vii. 10 ; St. Saviour's, ii. 
63 ; iii. 70 ; vii. 16. 

the High Beerhouse, i. 24 ; the Clink, 
ii. 158. 

grant for church at Isle of Ducks, 
[1842], vi. 18. 

Southwell, Nottinghamshire, vii. 4 ; 
prebendaries, i. 164; iii. 174; iv. 
114. 

South wick, Sussex, iii. 21 n. ; v. 24 ; 
vi. 14, 18 bis, 21, 31, 65, 69 ; vii. 10. 

Spain,i. 163; ii. 165, 186; iii. 97, 98, 
122, 132, 140; the Escurial, iii. 97, 
99. 

Sparta, vii. 29. 

Speen, Berkshire, vii. 10. 

Speenhamland, Berkshire, vi. 69. 

Spettisbury, Dorset, i. 94. 

Spilsby, Lincolnshire, vi. 16. 

Spoonley, Shropshire, iv. 67. 

Squerries, Hampshire, ii. 8, 49. 

Stafford, iii. 179 ; iv. 33. 

Staffordshire, iv. 157. 

Stainssvick, [Stanwick, Northampton- 
shire?], vii. 119. 

Stainton-le-Street, Durham, v. 137. 

Stainton-le-Vale, Lincolnshire, vi. 145. 

Stanford-in-the-Vale, Berkshire, iv. 98. 

Stanhope, Durham, v. 138 bis. 

Stanlake, al. Standlake, Oxon., i. p. viii, 
124, 127, 149 ; ii. 14, 50, 70 bis, 120, 
161, 185; iii. 31, 69, 105, 154, 170, 
182 bis, 268 ; iv. 9, 38, 116, 161 bis, 
169; v. 21, 47, 52, 63, 66, 75, loo, 
129, 130; vi. n, 12 bis, 26 bis, 27, 
40, 56, 62, 73; vii. 6, 13, 14 bis, 16, 
18 bis, 23, 27, 28, 119; a hermit 
there, i. 23. 

Stanley Abbey, Wiltshire, vii. 122. 

Stanmore, Great, Middlesex, iii. 177. 

Stanningley, Yorkshire, vii. 25 n. 

Stanstead Abbots, Hertfordshire, ii. 50. 

Stanton St. Bernard, Wiltshire, iii. 90, 
125. 

Stanton St. John, Oxfordshire, iii. 67, 
168; v. 30. 



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Stanway, Essex, v. 23, 39; vi. 19, ai, 
26, 27, 40, 41, 43, 72, 74; purchase 
of advowson, [1736], v. 12. 

Stapleford Tawney, Essex, iii. 169. 

Staunton, Wiltshire, i. 140. 

Staverton, Devonshire, vi. 95. 

Steepleton Iwerne, Dorset, iii. 192. 

Steinfurt, Westphalia, ii. 182. 

Stepney, Middlesex, iv. 65 ; vii. 66 bis. 

Stewkley, Buckinghamshire, ii. 77. 

Steyning, Sussex, vi. 1 7, 38. 

Stickney, Lincolnshire, ii. 83. 

Stirtloe, Huntingdonshire, vi. 89. 

Stixwould, Lincolnshire, ii. 9; vii. 31. 

Stock, Essex, iii. 69. 

Stockbridge, Hampshire, vi. 26. 

Stockcross, Berkshire, vi. 49, 58. 

Stockholm, v. 162. 

Stockwith, Nottinghamshire, v. 102. 

Stogumber, Somerset, ii. 78, 89. 

Stogursey, Somerset, ii. 64, 225. 

Stoke, South, Oxfordshire, vi. 158. 

Stoke, South, Sussex, iv. 116. 

Stoke, West, Sussex, iv. 73. 

Stoke, Bishop, Hampshire, iii. 142. 

Stoke Climsland, Cornwall, vi. 161. 

Stoke Goldington, Buckinghamshire, 
i". 137- 

Stoke Hammond, Buckinghamshire, ii. 
70. 

Stoke Lyne, Oxfordshire, iii. 106. 

Stoke Perrow, Somerset, iii. 158. 

Stoke Wake, Dorset, iii. 193. 

Stokesley, Yorkshire, ii. 131. 

Siondon Massey, Essex, iv. 69. 

Stourbridge, Worcestershire, [see Stur- 
bridge], iv. 76. 

Stourmouih, Kent, iii. 174. 

Stourtpn, Wiltshire, vi. 113. 

Stow Market andStow Upland, Suffolk, 

v. 153- 
Stow-on-the-Wold, Gloucestershire, i. 

M, i.5- 

Stowe, Buckinghamshire, viii. 24. 
Strasburg, iv. 88 ; vii. 10. 
Strata Florida Abbey, Cardiganshire, 

v. 133. 

Stratfield Mortimer, Berkshire, iii. 264. 
Stratfield Turgis, Hampshire, iii. 153; 

viii. 24. 

Stratford Tony, Wiltshire, iii. 1 1 7. 
Stratton-upon-Foss, Worcestershire, i. 

14. 

Streatham, Surrey, vi. 158. 
Street, Somerset, vi. 148. 
Sturbridge, Cambridgeshire, i. 69 ; ii. 

3 ; Sturbridge fair, ii. 13. 
Sturminster Marshall, Dorset, i. 152. 
Sudbrooke, Lincolnshire, ii. 135. 



Sudbury, Suffolk, iv. 89, 153, 154. 
Sudeley, Gloucestershire, iv. 124. 
Sulhamsted, Berkshire, iv. 131, 174. 
Sully, Glamorgan, ii. 133. 
Sunninghill, Berkshire, vi. 144. 
Sussex, i. 37 ; iii. 59; iv. 159. 
Sutton Bonnington, Nottinghamshire, 

ii. 185 ; iii. 152. 
Sutton Coldfield, Warwickshire, i. 

112 bis, 135 ; iv. 105, 106 ter\ More 

Hall, i. no, 112. 

Sutton Mandeville, Wiltshire, vi. 7. 
Sutton Valence, Kent, vii. 33. 
Sutton-on-Derwent, Yorkshire, v. 143. 
Swaby, Lincolnshire, ii. 9, n, 78, 170; 

iii. 41, 155 ; v. 23, 45, 49, 61, 62, 64, 

66, 80, 81, 82 ter, 85, 100, 108 bis; 

vi. 12, 46, 48, 51, 61, 63, 69, 70, 73, 

165 ; vii. 18 ; the manor bought in 

1531, ii. 10. 

Swallow, Lincolnshire, v. 108. 
Swanbourne, Buckinghamshire, vi. 86 ; 

vii. 6 1. 

Swannell, Hampshire, vi. 70. 
Swannington, Norfolk, vi. 29, 30 ; vii. 

14. 
Sweden ; see Oscar. 

some early printed books, ii. 221-3. 
Swerford, Oxfordshire, vi. 8, 27, 32, 33, 

56, 94, 165 ; vii. 1 2, 23, 29 ; advowson 

bought, [1807], v. 39 ; vi. 39. 
Swinnerton, Staffordshire, ii. 127. 
Swyncombe, Oxfordshire, ii. 193 ; iii. 

123. 

Sydling St. Nicholas, Dorset, iv. 69. 
Syon Abbey, Middlesex, ii. 17. 
Syresham, Northamptonshire, v. 17, 

41 bis ; vi. 15, 32, 36, 45, 48, 49, 60, 

61, 65, 67, 69; vii. n, 13, 14, 15^/5, 

1 8 bis, 20, 31. 

Tadcaster, Yorkshire, ii. 61. 

Tarrant Monkton, Dorset, vi. 176. 

Tarring, West, Sussex, i. 139; ii. 64; 
vi. 14. 27, 34; vii. 4. 

Tasmania, vi. 26. 

Tathwell, Lincolnshire, i. u. 

Taunton, Somerset, iv. 99 ; vi. 21. 

Tavistock, Devonshire, ii. 194. 

Tedworth,. North, Wiltshire, iii. 188 . 

Teffont Magna, Wiltshire, vi. 18 ; vii. 4. 

Teignmouth, Devon, v. 102 ; [" Ting- 
mouth "; qu. Tynemouth?] iv. 50. 

Tempsford, Bedfordshire, i. 125 bis; 
iii. 31 ; vi. 64, 65 ; vii. 20, 28. 

Tenbury, Herefordshire, vii. 99. 

Tetsworth, Oxfordshire, iv. 32 n. 

Thame, Oxfordshire, i. 61 ; ii. 122, 131 ; 
vii. 119. 



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Thames river, vii. 6. 

Thanet, Kent, vi. 196. 

Theale, Berkshire, iii. 261 ; vi. 30, 32, 

39, 50, 64, 66, 141 ; vii. 10. 
Theddlethorpe, Lincolnshire, iii. 69. 
Thirsk, Yorkshire, v. 63. 
Thoresby, Lincolnshire, ii. 187 ; vi. 166. 
Thorn borough, Buckinghamshire, i. 141 ; 

ii. 40; iii. 31; iv. 37; vi. 15, 40, 

49, 7, 755 v - 2I , 22, 27, 28, 32. 
Thornby, Northamptonshire, St. Peter's, 

i. 108. 

Thorndon, Suffolk, v. 161. 
Thorney, West, Sussex, ii. 64 ; iv. 99. 
Thornthwaite, Yorkshire, v. no. 
Thornton, Yorkshire, v. 107, 1 08. 
Thorpe, Nottinghamshire, v. 147. 
Thruxton, Hampshire, v. 108. 
Thurlow, Great and Little, Suffolk, ii. 

195- 

Thurnford, Dorset, ii. 89. 
Ticehurst, Sussex, iii. 138. 
Tichmarsh, Northamptonshire, iii. 150. 
Tilehurst, Berkshire, iii. 261 ; v. 98 ter, 

108, 116 ., 125 bis; vi. 38, 39, 41, 

42, 53. 55. 64, 66, 195; vii. 3, 24. 
Tisted, East, Hampshire, v. 147. 
Tisted, West, Hampshire, i. 150; v. 

18, 108, 144 ; vi. 23, 24, 29, 30, 37, 

5, 53, 55, 59, 6l , 6 4, l62 5 vii - " J 
viii. 23. 

Titchwell, Norfolk, i. 139; v. 49; vi. 
52 ; vii. 14. 

Tiverton, Devonshire, v. ii ; vi. 134. 

Tollesbury, Essex, ii. 146. 

Toot Baldon, Oxfordshire, v. 62. 

Tooting, Surrey, vi. 70. 

Toronto, vi. 140, 152 ; grants to Dio- 
cesan college, vi 36, 57. 

Torquay, Devonshire, v. 141 bis. 

Torrington, Great, Devonshire, iv. 90. 

Tortwoith, Gloucestershire, ii. 119; iii. 
101. 

Tournay, iii. 96. 

Towcester, Northamptonshire, v. 16. 

Trafalgar, Battle of, v. 38. 

Tranmere, Cheshire, vi. 118. 

Transylvania, v. 4. 

Trefdraeth, Anglesey, v. 59, 61. 

Tregony, Cornwall, iii. 139. 

Treves, iv. 150. 

Tring, Hertfordshire, i. 150. 

Truncli, Norfolk, v. 112. 

Tubney, Berkshire, i. 10, 93, 106, no, 
122,144; ii- *', 80, 98 ; iii. 30, 59, 
105, 118 ; iv. 21, 23, 31 [poor's rate], 
?8, 59, 60, 99, 105, 164 ; v. 8, 10, 24, 
31, 34 bis, 61 n., 131, 164; vi. n, 
14, 22, 23, 30, 32, 33, 50, 52, 59, 67 ; 



vii. 4, 13, 18, 25, 28, 29, 121, 122; 

the Church, vi. 25, 26, 28, 42, 70, 86, 

115,173,180. 
Turin, v. 18. 
Turkey, iv. 79. 

Turner's Piddle, Dorset, ii. 169. 
Turriff, Aberdeenshire, vi. 47, 61. 
Tuxford, Lincolnshire, vi. 147. 
Twyford, Berkshire, iv. 120. 
Twyford, Buckinghamshire, ii. 138. 
Tydd St. Mary, Lincolnshire, ii. 94. 
Tylehurst, Berkshire ; see Tilehurst. 
Tynemouth, Northumberland, vi. 76. 
Tysoe, Warwickshire, vi. 41, 44, 46, 

56,61,67, 154; vii. 6, 33,34. 

Uhley, Somerset, ii. 93. 
Uffculme, Devon, ii. 130. 
Uffington, Lincolnshire, vi. 161. 
Upham, Hampshire, ii. 127. 
Up-Nately, Hampshire, ii. 186; vi. 24, 

38, 58, 60, 61 ; vii. TO, 34. 
Upsala, ii. 222, 223; iv. 79, 80 bis, 82. 
Upton-cum-Chalvey, Buckinghamshire, 

vi. 158. 
Urray, Ross-shire, grant for school at 

Ord, vi. 8. 
Utrecht, iv. 80. 

Valladolid, Spain, iv. 160. 
Venice, i. 156, 158; Venetian ambas- 
sadors entertained [1496], i. 29. 
Versailles, vi. 43. 
Virginia, iii. 70. 

Waddington, Lincolnshire, iv. 149 n. 
Waddingworth, Lincolnshire, ii. 190. 
\Vainfleet, Lincolnshire, ii. 83, 163; v. 

31 ; vi. 37, 40, 42, 43, 44, 4 S, 51, 65, 

73, 165; vii. 7, 17, 1 8. 

Church, iv. 52 ; v. 49, 50; vi. 57; 
vii. n, 15, 17, 31 ; repair of the tomb 
of the father of bishop Waynflete, 
[1764], v. 20, 36 ; removal to the 
new church at Wainfleet, [1819], v. 
50; removed to Magd. Coll. Chapel. 
c. 1832, and slab placed on the grave 
at Wainfleet, in 1845, vi. 25. 

Grammar School, i. 26; ii. 31 ; iii. 6, 
20, 32, 41 ; iv. 8, 12, 19 bis, 25, 34, 
38, 39, 48, 51, 52, 54 bis, 56 ; v. 3, 5 
bis, 10, 12, 14, 15 bis, 16 bis, 20, 40, 
42, 49; vi. 26, 33, 43 bis, 44 bis, 45, 
46, 47, 50, 54, 56 bis, 67 bis, 68, 70, 
71, 72 bis, 115; vii. 4, n, 16; the 
Chapel, v. 109 ; Exhibitions given, 
vri. 19, 26, 33. 

Waith, Yorkshire, v. 154. 
Wakefield, Yorkshire, i. 130^, 131, 
ii. 150; iii. 69; iv. 175; v. 65,66. 



PLACES AND COUNTRIES 



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Wakering, Little, Essex, iii. 107. 

Wake's Coliie, Essex, v. in. 

Wales, iii. 140 ; University of N. Wales, 
vii. 78. 

Wallingford, Berkshire, i. 32, 44, 61 ; 
vii. 120, 121 ; Priory, i. 154. 

Wallington, Beenham Valence, Berk- 
shire, i. 30 ; iii. 31. 

Walsingham, Norfolk, i. 107. 

Waltham, Essex, i. 6, 7, 15 ; iii. 55, 
143; iv. 27. 

Waltham, North, Hampshire, iii. 129, 
1 66 bis. 

Walton, West, Norfolk, ii. 96. 

Walton-le-Dale, Lancashire, i. 150. 

Wanborough, Wiltshire, i. 15, 20, 68, 
100, 127; ii. 26; iii. 31; vi. 20, 24, 
36, 65; vii. 3, 5 ter, 16, 17, 18 bis, 
20, 24, 29, 119. 

Wandsworth, Surrey, ii. 168 ; vi. 34, 
48, 52, 63, 64, 67 ; vii. 5, 6, ii ter, 
14 bis, 15, 16, 18 bis, 19, 21, 24, 28, 

3*. 34- 

Wantage, Berkshire, vi. 33. 
Wapping, Middlesex, v. 31. 
Wardour Castle, Sussex, iv. 151. 
Ware, Hertfordshire, St. Edmund's 

College, vii. 117. 
Wareham, Dorsetshire, v. 19. 
W'arlies, Essex, iii. 143. 
Warmfield, Yorkshire, i. 132. 
Warminster, Wiltshire, ii. 133; iv. 97. 
Warmsworth, Yorkshire, iv. 163. 
" Warnton ", [Wardington, Oxford- 
shire?], vii. 121. 
Warwick, iv. 130; Castle, iii. 180; iv. 

169. 
Washington, Sussex, [see Worldham], 

i. 122, 171; ii. 19, 170, 193 bis, 195; 

iii. 85, 154; iv. 116; v. 51, 71, 127; 

vi. 23, 38, 60 bis, 65, 73, 154. 
Water- Eaton, Oxfordshire, ii. 18. 
Water Stratford, Buckinghamshire, v. 

100. 

Wath-npon-Dearne, Yorkshire, v. 161. 
Watlington, Oxfordshire, i. 69. 
W r atten, France, iv. 150. 
W'avendon, Buckinghamshire, iv. 108 ; 

vi. 127. 

Waynfleet, Lincolnshire ; see Wainfleet. 
W T eavertree, Yorkshire, vi. 25. 
Weighton, Yorkshire, prebend, i. 122, 

124. 

Welford, Northamptonshire, iii. 61. 
Well, Lincolnshire, iii. 69. 
Wellesbourne, Warwickshire, v. 130. 
Wellingborough, Northamptonshire, v. 

13. 
Wellington, Shropshire, prebend, v. 74. 



1 Wellington College, Berkshire, vii. 75. 
Wellington, Somerset, ii. 78. 
Wellow, Somerset, ii. 136. 
Wells, Somerset, i. 94 ; ii. 64, 79, 84, 

136, 156, 163, 170 bis, 191; iii. 47, 

265, 268; St. Cuthbert's, ii. 122; 

prebendaries, i. 7 ; iii. 122, 147, 175; 

iv. 95, 126; v. 107, 134. 
Wesel, Germany, ii. 76. 
West Bromwich, Staffordshire, v. 147. 
Westbury, Buckinghamshire, vii. 24. 
Westbury, [Wiltshire?], i. 17; vii. 119. 
W T estbury-on-Trim, Gloucestershire, vi. 

'95- 

Westcote, Gloucestershire, iii. 31. 
Westcote Barton, Oxfordshire, v. 31. 
Westerham, Kent, v. 156. 
Westgate, Yorkshire, i. 130. 
Westham, Sussex, iii. 146; vi. 61, 70, 

71 ; vii. 10, 17. 

W T estmeston, Sussex, iii. 61 ; vi. 178. 
Westminster, i. 129 ; ii. 84, 171 ; iv. 65, 

121 ; v. 30 ; vi. 151 ; Royal Library, 

i. 87 ; Westminster Hall, iii. 97 ; St. 

Margaret's, iv. 128 ; v. 63 ; School, iv. 

156 ; v. 160; vi. 86; vii. 49 bis. 
Weston, Oxfordshire, v. 58, 62. 
Weston Zoyland, Somerset, iii. 147. 
Westvvell, Oxfordshire, ii. 71. 
Westwood, Worcestershire, iii. 163. 
Weyhill, Hampshire, iii. 129. 
Weymouth, Dorset, vi. 83 ; vii. 87. 
Whaddon, Buckinghamshire, ii. 75. 
Wheatley, Oxfordshire, iii. 55 ; v. 7 ; vi. 

44. 

Whichford, Warwickshire, iv. 163. 
Whimple, Devon, iv. 130. 
Whitbourne, Herefordshire, vii. 109. 
Whitchurch, Dorset, iii. 29 ; vi. 28, 36. 
Whitchurch, Oxfordshire, v. 82. 
Whitchurch, Shropshire, v. 3. 
Whitehaven, Cumberland, v. 20. 
W'hitneld, Northamptonshire, v. 31 ; vi. 

62, 64, 65, 68; vii. 12, 32. 
Whitwell, Derbyshire, iv. 163. 
Wicklewood, Norfolk, v. 133. 
Wigan, Lancashire, vii. 101. 
Wiggington, Oxfordshire, vii. 104, 105. 
Willesden, Middlesex, iv. 10 ; vi. 125. 
Willingdon, Sussex, ii. 188 ; vi. 17. 
Willoughby, Warwickshire, i. 8 ; ii. 76, 

200; iii. 31 ; iv. 37, 122, 171, 173; 

v. 18, 19, 26, 49, 61, 66, 77, 81, 163 ; 

vi. 9, 15, 21, 27, 31, 48, 83, 96, 162 ; 

vii. 5, 1 6. 

Wilsford, Wiltshire, ii. 155. 
Wilton, Wiltshire, iii. 90, 91, 93, 125. 
Wiltshire, vi. ii. 
Wimbledon, Surrey, v. 108 bis; vi. 87. 



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INDEX IV 



Wimborne, Dorset, iii. 92. 
Winchcombe, Gloucestershire, i. 7. 
Winchelsea, Sussex, i. 167. 
Winchester, ii. 127; v. 84; vi. 34, 49, 

57; vii. 26, 31, 121. 
'The Cathedral, i. 104, 106 bis, 109, 

114, 119; iii. no; iv. 95. 

The College, i. 86 ; ii. 203 ; iv. 108, 
no; v. 102, 145 ; vi. 76, 97, 117, 119, 
141 bis; vii. 40, 42 bis, 48, 61, 67, 
87, 88, 90, 95. 

St. Lawrence's Church, i. 104, 118, 
1 20. 

St. Mary's Church, i. 87. 

St. Peter's, Cheese Hill, ii. 182. 

Bishop Morley's College, vi. 20. 

Diocesan Board of Education, vi. 33. 
Windsor, i. .57, 122 bis, 145; ii. 51, 53 

and n., 56, 58, 64, 70 ter, 81, 139 
bis, 142, 154, 155; iii. 62, 73, 126, 
135, 140; iv. 23; v. 10, 29; vi. 149; 
Tighe and Davis, Annals of Windsor, 
cited, iii. 62. 

Castle, i. 19; iii. 149 .; iv. 169; 
vii. 1 8 ; St. George's Chapel, vii. 4, 101. 

Winestead, Yorkshire, v. 83. 
Wingfield, Wiltshire, v. 156. 
Wingham, Kent, v. 144. 
W T ingrave, Buckinghamshire, iii. 141. 
Winscomb, Somerset, ii. 94. 
Winterbourne Basset, Wiltshire, v. 3, 

64,82^,83,143; vi.46, 64, 157; vii. 

52 ; advowson bought, [1715], v. 4. 
Winterbourne Earls, Wiltshire, ii. 96. 
Wirksworth, Derbyshire, iii. 131 ; vi.i45- 
W 7 ishaw, Warwickshire, iv. 105. 
Wishford, Wiltshire, v. 74 and n. 
Wistow, Yorkshire, ii. 151, 152. 
Witham, Essex, iv. 67. 
Withington, Gloucestershire, ii. 124; 

iv. 133, 170. 

Witley, Great, Worcestershire, vii. 101. 
Witney, Oxfordshire, i. 17, 30, 32, 33, 

61 bis, 62 bis, 65, 106, 122 bis, 124, 

146; ii. 181 ; v. 17, 101, 107 bis; vi. 

54- 

Grammar School, ii. 100, 142. 

Workhouse, or House of Correction, 
[1617], iii. 46 bis, 47. 

Wittemburg, iv. 79. 
Wittering, Sussex, prebend, v. 55. 
Wiveliscombe, Somerset, ii. 87, 156. 
Woking, Surrey, ii. 164 ; v. 55 ; vi. 119. 
Wokingham, Berkshire, ii. 86, 87. 
Wolston, Warwickshire, v. 82. 
Wolvercote, Oxfordshire, i. 22. 
Wolverhampton, Staffordshire, vii. 116. 
\Volvesey, Hampshire, i. 109, 114; 
Palace, ii. 221. 



Womersley, Yorkshire, iii. 165; v. 83, 

132. 

Wonston, Hertfordshire, ii. 140. 
Wooburn, Buckinghamshire, i. 95. 
Woodborough, Wiltshire, v. 134 bis. 
Woodchester, Gloucestershire, iv. 160. 
Wood Eaton, Oxfordshire, iii. 105 ; iv. 

107 bis, 117, 127, 133. 
Woodham Mortimer, Essex, vi. 86. 
Woodham Walter, Essex, ii. 139. 
Woodstock, Oxfordshire, i. 9, 12, 19, 

26, 27, 30, 44 quater; ii. 86, 109; 
iii. 6, 40, 152, 265; iv. 89; vi. 69; 
vii. 121 bis. 

Woolbeding, Sussex, v. 127. 
Woolcombe, Somerset, vi. 76. 
Wootton, Berkshire, iii. 29, 85 ; vi. 15, 

27, 61, 70. 

Wootton, Oxfordshire, vii. 18, 22. 
Wootton St. Lawrence, Hampshire, vi. 

72. 
Worcester, ii. 124, 125; iv. 7; v. 54; 

vi. 173; St. Martin's, v. 148. 

prebendary, v. 147; canon, vi. 138. 
Worldham, East, Hampshire, i. 122 ; 

[Washington by misprint], ii. 48, 95 ; 
iii. 104, 267 ; iv. 173 ; v. 20, 41, 57, 
77 bis, 108, 147, 151 ; vi. 54, 55, 57, 

153, fo 8 - 

Worldham, West, vi. 159. 
Wormington, Northamptonshire, iii. 146. 
Worplesdon, Surrey, iv. 64. 
Worting, Hampshire, vi. 21, 43. 
Wratting, Great, Suffolk, ii. 195. 
Wraxall, Somerset, iii. 147. 
Wrenbury, Cheshire, i. 158. 
Writtle, Essex, v. 99. 
Wroton, Wiltshire, iii. 175. 
Wyberton, Lincolnshire, iii. 7 
Wycombe, High, Buckinghamshire, iv. 

10. 
Wyham, Lincolnshire, vi. 57, 145 ; 

advowson sold, [1875], v *- 7* 
Wytham, Berkshire, iii. 133 ; v. 65, 81. 

Yardley Hastings, Northamptonshire, v. 

101 bis. 

Yarmouth, Isle of Wight, ii. 191. 
Yarnton, Oxfordshire, v. 19. 
Yaxley, Huntingdonshire, ii. 185. 
Yelford, Oxon.,iii. 263; vii. 54; viii. 24. 
Yeovil, Somerset, ii. 62 ; iv. 129. 
Yeowilton, Somerset, iv. 112. 
York, ii. 55, 69, 140, 150, 151, 160; iii. 

55 ; iv. 60, 61 ; v. 132 ; vii. 66. 

the Minster, St. Peter's, ii. 1 5 1 ; iv. 1 70. 
Yorkshire, iv. 37. 

Youlgreave, Derbyshire, v. 58. 

Zurich, ii. 67, 68; iii. 34 n., no. 



INDEX V 
WORDS AND THINGS 

" Alyn" ; alum, i. 28. 

Amber; a pair of amber rosaries, 1481, i. u. 

Astrologers consulted, i. 33, 166 n. 

" Awndiars ", andirons, ii. 20. 

Beads; pair "de la beedys", 1489, i. 118. 

Bears, kept by Lord Stanley, 1485, i. 15, 16; one given to the College by 

Hen. VII, i. 64. 

Book-plate, or stamp, Bishop Jewel's, ii. 43. 
"Bordalysaunder", cloth made at Alexandria; vestments "de Bordalysaunder ", 

1486, ii. 200. 
Boy-bishop, i. 6, 10, 20. 

Bresid, bruised, "calix . . . bresyd in the foote", 1481, ii. 203. 
Brewing ; names of implements and vessels used in brewing, 1493, i. 24. 
Bustian, a fabric resembling fustian, made at Montpellier, " una vetus chesebylle 

feriale de rubio bustyan", 1481, ii. 201. 

Cap of Maintenance, used by players in a miracle-play, 1486, i. 16. 

" Carle", a term of abuse, a churl, i. 51. 

"Chaket, le", an under- vest, 1506, i. 56. 

" Chesebylle " = chasuble, ii. 201. 

Chyverell, kid-leather, gloves of " chyverell ", i. 30. 

Coral; rosaries of jet and coral, 1481, i. ir. 

Dates of years ; the new style used in 1585-1606, iii. 10. 
Diamond ; a gold ring with a diamond in the middle, 1489, i. 117. 
"Drawt-werke", filigree, in Dutch " draadwerk" ; surplices made with it, 1519, 
i. 71. 

" Flanders tyle", for cleaning candlesticks; bath-brick, 1532, ii. 7. 

"Flassert", a counter-pane or bed-cover, iii. 48. In the President's house, 1623. 
A very late use of a word in Old French and Middle Dutch, for an 
explanation of which I am indebted to Dr. H. Bradley, as also of Tuke. 

Frankincense, i. 6. 

" Gammese", gemews ; i.e. a necessarium, 1532, ii. 8. 

"Garnesh", "Garnysh", " sylver fashion"; pewter vessel made up like silver, 

i. 66, 69. 

Gausapina, a table-cloth, iii. 26. 
"Geat" = jet, 1481, i. ii. 
" Gelycloth ", i. 6. 
Glue, 1481, i. 6. 
Gold Foil, 1512, i. 68. 

Insula, i. 70. Applied to the President's house as being a detached building ; 
"domus ab aliis separata" (Ducange). 

Linen of Paris, 1459, "twelye [twilled] work otherwyse called Parys work"; 

" fyne lynyn of Paris ", i. 3. 
Liripips, i. 55, 56. 
Lottery; " pro le Lottery, 3/. 15^.", 1615, iii. 44. 



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Magdalen box = a box for ointment, 1480, vii. 113. 

Manumissions of villeins, 1527-73, ii. 5, 36. 

Marmalade, i. 70 ; ii. 29. 

Marmosets, " mernmsytt ", " mermosettes ", 1495, i. 25, 27. 

Maundy Thursday. Washing the feet of seven choristers, 1514, ii. 12; 1554, 11.29. 

" Mavesy" wine = Malmsey, 1534, ii. 13. 

Murray, "toga de ly", a gown of red cloth, i. 116. 

" Mustervilles ", cloth made at Montevilliers, i. 1 16 bis. 

" Nog", a name for strong beer at Norwich, c. 1690, iv. 100. 

"Nosettes" ; "candelabra pyked (^pointed} de latton sive nosettes", 1486, ii. 206. 

Oysters given on Fridays to the clerks, i. 63, 66, 68. 

Poll-money ; tax in 1641, iii. 55. 

" Pownsyd ", indented, " punched ", with some instrument for engraving a design 

for decoration, i. 69; vii. 113, 114. 
Primer, a, 1489, i. 118. 

"Schonse", a lantern, 1520, i. 71. 

"Scot", used as an invidious word, i. 51. 

"Sparver", a bed-tester or canopy, "a sparver of bokerham", 1487, i. 18. 

Standards; " magna candelabra de latton vocata Standardes", ii. 206. 

Tartaron, a kind of silk ; so named because it was supposed to come from Tartary. 
1481, "Pallium de viridi raye (a green stripe) tartaron", ii. 200; "vexilla" 

and curtains, ib. 201. 
Tern, a very useful measure for the third of a quart. The old silver mugs in use 

in College hold this quantity. 
"Thirled", perforated. 1480, " cum magnis brawnchys de auro thyrlede piano", 

ii. 202. 
Tuke ; an uncertain kind of material, possibly a sort of buckram. Bloxam 

(Register, ii. 247) on meeting with the word adds a note with "?". 1480, 

" Quatuor albas cum aunsirs de albo tucke et quatuor de rubio tucke pro 

pueris", ii. 208. 1522 "Tres casulas, nna de nigro tuke, alia de albo tnke", 

ii. 209 ; "par vestimentorum de tewk," ii. 205 ; et sape. 

" Vermelon", vermilion, 1512, i. 68. 
" Vertgres", verdigrease, 1512, i. 68. 

" Wafrons ", small cakes, wafers, 1517. i. 70; 1496, "wafers", ib. 28. 
" Welsh ambassadour " ; " an expression for an owle ", iv. 135. 
Whip-cord, 1481, i. 6. 
" Whyche", a chest, i. 25. 



A DESCRIPTION OF 
BRASSES AND OTHER 
FUNERAL MONUMENTS 

IN THE CHAPEL OF 

MAGDALEN COLLEGE 

BY 
R. T. GUNTHER, M.A. 

FELLOW OF THE COLLEGE 



PREFACE 

ALTHOUGH Magdalen College Chapel could never boast any of 
those 'wrecks of splendid mortality', the tombs of the illustrious, 
ever drawing pilgrims aside from their tour of the world, since 
those of our alumni who have gone from us to make history in 
the great world have not returned to be buried within our walls; 
yet our Memorials are of interest as symbols of the religious, 
intellectual, and artistic progress as well of the nation as of the 
College. More of the past of England, as Mr. Green has truly 
remarked in the introduction to his History of the English People, 
is told by the brasses of burghers in the church of a simple English 
town, than by many a page of conventional history books. 

Some of our Memorials of intermediate period, now that the 
' cooling touch of time ' has permitted criticism unrestrained 
by sentiment, may be regarded unfavourably : we may smile at 
their grotesque and fantastic ornament of frame and phrase ; yet 
they vividly present to us the artificial and rococo style of the 
period, and they show us the artificiality of Oxford in the 
eighteenth century. 

The old brasses of the fifteenth century show a more genuine 
art, with all the added interest of a superior antiquity. Some 
are older than the College itself; others present the con- 
temporary records of the fashion of clothes of our academic 
predecessors, and several bear portraits of the deceased 
engraved with convincing clearness. 

In the Statutes which he gave to his newly-founded College 
of S. Mary Magdalen, our Founder, William of Waynflete, 
ordained that his Scholars should be of 'good morals, and 
dispositions fully equipped for Study, and able and likely to 
make real proficiency, competently instructed in reading and in 
plain singing ' ; but he could not ensure that they should always 
be competent to take charge of ancient monuments. With 



iv PREFACE 

extraordinary truth he foresaw the character of the kind of 
person who would come to govern his College in the future. 
' It often happens ', he declared, ' that the structures which a 
Founder builds carefully and durably to the honour of God are 
recklessly allowed by his successors, through slothfulness and 
neglect, to decay and become ruinous.' In writing this Wayn- 
flete had the fabric of the Chapel more particularly in his mind ; 
but his words have applied with greater truth to the Memorials. 

We have to deplore two crises in the history of our Memorials, 
both caused by alterations to the fabric of the Chapel, by which 
some temporary improvement, seemingly expedient at the time, 
was effected without due regard to the preservation of the 
Memorials. 

The first was caused by repaving ; the second by heating. 

In 1634-5 tne fl r of the Chapel, ' covered with the monu- 
ments of the dead buried beneath, like that of the Choir at 
Christ Church/ was unfortunately disturbed, in order that it 
might be covered with black and white marble pavement- 
quarries. Some of the larger monuments were then shifted 
into the Antechapel, and many of the smaller inscriptions were 
lost. Some of the monuments which were relaid after this 
move were again disturbed when a new heating-apparatus was 
installed in 1838, and several brasses were actually lifted from 
gravestones and stored with other precious metal in the Bursary. 
There they remained for a number of years, and of course 
their identity got forgotten, until five of them were rescued by 
the piety of Mr. Macray, and were relaid in the Chapel in 
1893. Sundry fragments still loose in 1911 were finally re- 
placed by College Order. In that year, it is pleasant to record, 
parts of President Tybard's gravestone and brasses were 
most fortunately discovered among building-rubbish on the 
ground-floor of the Great Tower. These were recombined with 
his effigy and were reinstated in the floor of the Chapel of which 
he had watched the building. 

A cemetery for those members of the College who were not 
interred within the building was found in S. John's Quadrangle, 
just under the western wall of the Chapel. For a long period 
this space was covered with turf, and probably also with half- 



PREFACE v 

obliterated gravestones. In 1809 an Order was passed to remove 
the turf and to gravel the space ; and the gravestones were 
either removed or buried beneath the surface. Some years 
later the turf was replaced. 

It is uncertain which memorials are referred to, but there is 
a note in Bloxam that in 1832 ' tablets were removed from the 
clustered columns and placed in some convenient situation '. 

In 1855 an order was issued by the Queen in Council 
prohibiting for the future all burials in the Chapel, Antechapel. 
or Cloisters, except those of the President or other Members of 
the Foundation dying within the precincts of the College, who 
might still be buried in the Antechapel or Cloister provided that 
'every coffin be enclosed in lead, embedded in charcoal and 
entombed in an air-tight manner ' (Bloxam, ii. 393). 

In modern times many Fellows have been buried in St. Peter's 
Churchyard and more recently in Holy well Cemetery. 

It is an unfortunate circumstance that the spots selected for 
the relaying of the most interesting of the older brasses are just 
those which are most liable to be walked upon or to have Chapel 
furniture dragged over them, to the inevitable deterioration of 
the brasses. It should be remembered that the bronze alloy in 
which they are cut is not a very hard metal, and engraved lines 
soon lose their sharpness and get rubbed down. Since the art 
that produced these memorials is gone, and the monuments of it 
are comparatively rare, it may be suggested that the fifteenth- 
and sixteenth-century originals should be preserved in a place 
of safety, or attached to a wall, and twentieth-century electrotypes 
should be laid in their present places on the floor. 

The description of the costumes of the older brasses has been 
supplied by Mr. Brightman, to whom I am indebted for much 
help and for the following note on the academical costume of 
the period, which has frequently been misinterpreted even by 
experts. 

' The clerical, and therefore the academical, dress of the middle 
ages consisted of (i) an undertunic (subtunica, tunica], the modern 
' cassock ' ; (ii) an overtunic (tunica, supertunica, toga, gona), the 
modern ' gown ' ; and (iii) a hood (caputium), consisting of a cape 



vi PREFACE 

enveloping the shoulders nearly down to the elbows, and a head- 
piece, with a ' poke ' (hripipium, tippetum), falling down behind. 
To these, beneficiaries, dignitaries, and graduates added (iv) a 
habit (habitus), which was of several forms : (i) the cappa, which 
took four shapes : (a) the cappa clausa, the modern cappa magna 
and ' parliament robe ' of prelates, used academically by Doctors 
of Divinity and of the Canon Law, which had the hood attached 
to it, or rather was itself a huge hood, the cape of which reached 
to the feet, with a slit in front through which the arms were 
passed ; (b) the chimere (chimaera, pallium), a cappa with two 
side-slits for the arms, used by Bachelors of Divinity and Canon 
Law and Doctors of Medicine and the Civil Law; the present 
4 Convocation habit ' of Doctors in Oxford, and the chimere of 
Bishops, prescribed in the Decretals of Gregory IX and still used 
by English Bishops ; (c) the cappa manicata, a chimere with 
long sleeves which were already unused in the fifteenth century 
and left to hang loose from the shoulders, while the arms were 
passed through the side-slits ; used by Doctors of Civil Law, 
and surviving in Cambridge till the end of the seventeenth 
century (see Loggan's plate in Cantabrigia illustrata] ; (d) the 
cappa nigra, a short chimere used by Masters of Arts ; and 
(2) the tabard (tabardum), a tunic with short pointed sleeves, 
distinctive of Bachelors, but used by higher degrees as a matter 
of convenience, of course in the colour of the faculty. The 
Hood of the ordinary form was used over all these habits except 
the first. The Hood for graduates was lined and edged with fur, 
or, from the first quarter of the fifteenth century, in summer 
(i.e. from Easter to All Saints) with silk, if desired; and gown 
and habit might be, and commonly were, similarly lined and 
edged. 

Authors of books on monumental brasses have adopted a ter- 
minology of their own, based on a certain misunderstanding of 
the facts. They have called the overtunic a ' cassock ', which 
is a mistake ; they have separated the hood from its cape and 
called it a 'tippet', whereas the 'tippet' is quite a different thing, 



PREFACE vii 

being the modern 'scarf, derived from the liripipe, not from the 
cape, of the hood ; while the chimere has been called a ' rochet ', 
which is absurd, and the cappa nigra a ' sleeveless tabard ', which, 
while no doubt it describes the superficial appearance of the 
cappa nigra after the middle of the fifteenth century, ignores its 
name, and, therefore, probably also its origin.' 

It is with great pleasure that I take this opportunity of 
acknowledging my debt to Messrs. Wilson and Greene for help 
in textual, heraldic, and historical matters, and above all to 
Mr. Brightman, from whose careful rubbings the reproductions 
on pp. 3, 5, 9, 12, 13, 15, 17, and 25 have been prepared, and who 
has given much time to secure the accuracy of the transcriptions. 

R. T. GUNTHER. 

MAGDALEN COLLEGE, 
June 1914. 

NOTE. 

Square brackets [ ] are generally used to indicate those portions 
of inscriptions which are missing and have been restored from 
other sources. 



BRASSES AND OTHER FUNERAL 

MONUMENTS IN MAGDALEN 

COLLEGE CHAPEL. 

XHI-XIVth Century. 

The oldest funeral monument within the College which has 
been exposed in recent years, is undoubtedly the nameless and 
fractured tombstone of some member of St. John's Hospital, 
which was found in the summer of 1913 in the middle of 
St. John's Quadrangle during alterations to the drainage system 
carried out in that year. 

Mr. Poole, who was fortunately in residence at the time, took 
careful note of the circumstance. 

The fragments of the tombstone are at present in the Tower. 
They measure about 2 feet across, and are identified by a cross 
cut upon the stone. 



Margery Chamberleyn. 
See Cole, 1558. 

1464. 
Isabell Fisher. 

See John Caly, 1515. 



2 BRASSES IN MAGDALEN COLLEGE CHAPEL 

1465. 
Roger Bulkeley. 

Lost. See p. 89. 

? 1470-80. 

Richard Patten of Waynflete, Father of the Founder. See p. 93. 



1474. 
John Goolde. 

Lost. See p. 89. 

Haines considered that one or other of the three figures 
illustrated on pp. 9, 12, and 13 belonged to John Goolde's 
memorial. 



1478. 
Ralph Vawdrey, A.M., chaplain 1476. (Bloxam, ii, 123.) 

Half-figure in undertunic ; overtunic lined and edged with 
fur; hood lined and edged with fur. A fine brass and a 
convincing portrait. 

Inscription under figure. 



Drate pro ata S^afftftn 3&adulpl)i QUatodrep in. J3rtibu0 
^agt'Ctri quoda Capel || lam ljui 9 Collegii qui obiit tfj 
die 31unij a dm 9^CCCClwtjttj cui* ale ppiciet 9 de 9 * 



On a scroll issuing from the mouth. 

[Dut plaCmaftt] me miCecece mei. 

Mr. Mill Stephenson informs me that the lost part of this 

scroll was in existence in 1904. 

At south end of Antechapel under the east wall (Wood, p. 334). 
Now under the east wall of the north aisle of Antechapel. 
Engraved in T. Fisher's Sepulchral Monuments in Oxford. 



BRASSES IN MAGDALEN COLLEGE CHAPEL 





Ralph Vawdrey, 1478. 

Height, 18 inches. 
Stone, 4 ft. 7^ in. x 2 ft. 9 in. 



4 BRASSES IN MAGDALEN COLLEGE CHAPEL 

1478. 

Thomas Sondes, Scholar of Divinity, died 1478. Nothing is 
known of him but what is recorded in this brass 
(Macray, i, p. 89, iv, p. 186). 

Full-length figure in undertunic ; overtunic with close sleeves 
silk-edged at the wrists ; fur-lined tabard, edged with fur 
at the sleeves ; and hood lined and edged with fur. 

Inscription under figure. 



Marginal inscription, in raised letters. 

[^ic facet 9ag;iftec ^tjomag Sondes 

>colari filing flfliilli -sondegf tie Ccetoleffl) in Coin 

Ikanc' flrmigeri fl&ui obiit [*****. anno 2Dm 

Cfmo ccccUrjbiii <t anno reiyni repig] fldtoardi 

Poft conqm jbiit Cuiusf SLnimt pcopinetuc 2Deu0 

SLmtn 5 ^atec Softer [an]d [an Sim foe >epnt 

C^acite] 

Top and bottom lost. 
On scroll over the figure, 

31 n [<Ht SDomine 0pecat)i non confundar in eternum.] 

Upon two plates above the head these coats of arms (Wood) : 

1. Arg. three Moors' heads couped, proper, between two chevronels 
sable ; impaling, on a chevron, three cross crosslets (missing). 

2. The same again ; impaling, three lozenges in /ess, within a 
bordure (missing). 

3. [ Three cross crosslets on a chevron] ; impaling four quarters ; 
(i) three birds (martlets) on a bend; (it) three storks in pale ; 
(Hi) two bars lozengy ; (iv) six lions, three, two and one, with 
a canton. (Quarterings still recognizable.) 

An old rubbing in coll. Soc. Antiq. shows more of the scroll. 

3In [te domjine gpecafoi [non confundar in] eternum. 

also half of shield No. 3, and half a symbol of St. Luke 
(winged ox) at the lower corner of marginal inscription. 

Under the great west window of the Antechapel (Wood). 
Now in the south aisle of the Antechapel. 



BRASSES IN MAGDALEN COLLEGE CHAPEL 




Thomas Sondes, 1478. 
Height, 3 ft. i inch. 
Stone, 5 ft. X3 ft. 



6 BRASSES IN MAGDALEN COLLEGE CHAPEL 

1480. 
William Tybard, S.T.B. 'first President* (Macray, vii, 103). 

Full-length figure in undertunic ; tunic with close edged 
sleeves ; wide-sleeved surplice ; amess ; and cope with 
broad orphrey, and the Head of our Lord on morse. 

Inscription under figure, lettering incised in six lines. 

(LflliUelnu tpbarli eonduntur membra magri 

tumulo prefegf primus et l)ic fuerat 
dem'0 fociog ulla fine leje ftatuti 
&mii& atqueuno pace quiete regent 
Duem tfrt 9 labor et ftuto'u deeorauit in almo 

flDronie pemio cuiutf alumnug erat 
i&rocuratorem quern re0 fcec publtea cepit 

&tque bactjallariu pafftna Cacra detiit* 
^unc abit in cineresf teluti mortalia cucta 

JPnDe uenit retiienss fie caro queqj perit. 
Iflflitllctlmi precibu<j foegtrig memorate magiCtrt 
017 1 poterit eieitiss leta tidere Deu 

Marginal inscription, in raised letters, beginning at S.W. 
corner. 

[flDcate ^ro <amma] || S^affittri clflliUmi [^ibartie 
>acre ^eologie Baeallarii <tt I^uiu0 Collegii ^rimi 
prefiDent!0 7 ^Dui || <3Dbiit x*tit SDie 99enfi0 
bn'0 ^anno SDni Sl^tllmo CCCClW. Cuiu0 
Propicietur 3Deu[0 &mtn.] 

Corners of framework : 

The Eagle of St. John (new). The Angel of St. Matthew (new). 

The Lion of St. Mark The Ox of St. Luke 
(half old). (half old). 

Gravestone and brasses moved from Inner Chapel to under 
the great west window of the Antechapel in 1635. When 
a new heating-apparatus was installed, the stone and brasses 
were raised and were mislaid for many years; but in 1911 
two large portions of the Purbeck marble slab were found 
in the Great Tower and were relaid with new stone and 
re-engraved inscriptions in the floor of the Chapel. The 
monument has been completed by the identification of a 
nameless effigy in the Chapel by Mr. Mill Stephenson, F.S.A., 
as that of Tybard. 



BRASSES IN MAGDALEN COLLEGE CHAPEL 7 





flrJtotMU TSmr ratal ra?n fUtr^rjajais lowircitow 
IHs titis Bnssntj fir tgr Jmm ^ toai vxi W o" njras 
4HKIB cn'lfita 1 3*u ic;4ot ajja.f anja'tma rjzs utinas ftt 




William Tybard, 1480. 

Height, 3 feet. 
Stone, (in three pieces) 7 ft. 8 in. X3 ft. i in. 



8 BRASSES IN MAGDALEN COLLEGE CHAPEL 



1480. 
Edward Middleton. 

Lost. See p. 90. 

c. 1486. 

John Bentley, M. A. Fellow in 1480 ; chaplain 1482 ; precentor 
1483-5; Principal of the Grammar Hall (Macray, i, 
P- 97)- 
Letters incised. 

Clattfa fub Ijoc tumulo Bentley Cut offa tojjlgf 

ftrtibug cDoctug quiqj magigtec erat 
pcefbitec fcic Cantu ditim'0 prefuit artem 

Cantantii ercer0en0 0olo in. fjonorc Dei 
l^unc tinloc CEnecuit pociujsf q, cocpore morbucf 

Cui tamen eft pietag ulta reftmde prece0 Z 

Now on the south wall of the south aisle of Antechapel. 

It is possible that the north-western nameless half-figure in 
the choir may have belonged to Bentley's memorial. It is 
a half-figure in undertunic, overtunic with fur-edged sleeves, 
plain tabard, and hood lined and edged with fur. 

This brass was loose in 1861 and was figured by Haines, 
p. 84. 



BRASSES IN MAGDALEN COLLEGE CHAPEL 




?J. Bentley, 1486. 

Height, 14! inches. 

Stone, i ft, ii in. x i ft. 5 in. 



JO BRASSES IN MAGDALEN COLLEGE CHAPEL 

1480. 

John Perch, M.A., M.B. Chaplain to the Bp. of Winchester 
(the only record). (Macray, i, p. 91.) 

a. Figure, missing. 

b. Inscription under figure. 

Dut quoUant potui moriturft ferce mefcelam 

<H7itam q? incolume morte mfnante bare, 

31Ue ep pallent' mort' trictcieibj anm'0 

3Dpprimor et nulla reCtat ijaben&a falu0. 

arte0 p&effe miclji potuece mmectje 

f oli'm Bonn's ipe magiCtec ecam, 
metiicagf UidiciiTe futabat apollimgijerbag, 
iout'0 ampla mfcljl pmta pfuerant 
mm* impeteret mon* tiftam pallida nram, 

iffitur potut non aliquando moru 
^e Deus erp p f cor eterna Calusf monentu 

Wnita, tjitjoc* firmaq? fpeg ijommii 

Qllt mtrljt pcrfuncto tritali luce Joljanm' 

pcrcl) deitate tua poffe fnn licean 

c. Marginal inscription. 

[*^i'c facet Joijejs Perclj in .artibus || ^affiCtec et 
Bacallaciu0 P^fice quodm Capellanu0 (ipi. l^inton] 
ac>ociu0ColleQ;tife>ce^arie [S^affdalenein (LlntbecCh] 
tate >;con ^Dui <X)bii[t] (Ultimo 3Die S^enft'0 3JIanuarii 
janno 2D[om 9illmo CCCCUw ctti anime propicietj 
Deu0 amen] 

Macray has 1487-8 : but apparently by confusion with Ralph 
Perch, whose grave is mentioned in the accounts for 1448. 
(Macray, i, 19.) 

According to Gutch, the gravestone and entire set of brasses 
were intact in 1786 under the great west window of the Ante- 
chapel; but for some years before 1911 the inscription brass 
was on the south wall of the Antechapel, and several fragments 
of the marginal inscription were lying loose in the Bursary. 

The missing portions were restored with the help of some 
rubbings in the possession of the Society of Antiquaries 
and are shown in white in the figure. They have now been 
fixed to the north wall of the Antechapel. 



BRASSES IN MAGDALEN COLLEGE CHAPEL II 



* Mu iant -fonts 



am rotam mmii tMimuslnrr nniftra /wam qi now EOT uunrUK 
lUfOTMllait iiiurrtiuinnlnarnwj'eipniMrit nulls nfiat la&rada ruin? 
W Brtre jjOfCr miilii rnuprr minmif ? er oam *.tnana isr mBjiArr mm 
TM Dirtimal ou)infl> ninadur apollimslio^M nw uw anuin rairtumw jfunm; 
am mm'' irawmt moistmiiD jaM mam i WBU pur pmiu mm siimiMCi) mun 
tDftiragfrwiiwitmmaiiiziMnfutu rVMlilPIMVM Ijomiim^- 
\itimd|ijiliuini)iinHiilmrioliaiiii)!frrt"i)nrtf mwKifm luwt>^>- 



John Perch, 1488. 
Marginal inscription, 6 ft. 1x3 ft. 4 in. 



12 BRASSES IN MAGDALEN COLLEGE CHAPEL 




? George Epworth, 1489. 

Height, 24 inches. 
Stone (not original), 2 ft. 4^ in. x i ft. 5 in. 



BRASSES IN MAGDALEN COLLEGE CHAPEL 




? Thomas Freer, 1490. 

Height, 2 ft. 2* inches. 

Stone (not original), 2 ft. 5 in. x i ft. 5 in. 



14 BRASSES IN MAGDALEN COLLEGE CHAPEL 

1489. 
George Epworth. Fellow. (Macray, i, 115.) 

The inscription (p. 90) is lost, but it is possible that the whole- 
length figure (p. 12), in undertunic, overtunic with close 
silk-edged sleeves, cappa nigra with silk-edged arm-slits, 
and hood lined and edged with silk, lying to the S.E. of the 
choir floor, may belong to Epworth. It was reported as 
loose in 1861, when Haines saw it. Haines, p. 169, and 
fig. on p. 85. 

1490. 
Thomas Freer. (Bloxham, iv, 2 ; Macray, i, 107.) 

The inscription (p. 90) is lost, but it is possible that the other 
whole-length figure (p. 13), in undertunic, overtunic with 
close silk-edged sleeves, cappa nigra with fur edging at the 
hem and the arm-slits, and hood lined and edged with fur, 
lying to the N.E. of the choir, may belong to Freer. It 
was loose in 1861. Haines, pp. 85, 169, dated this brass as 
c. 1480. 

H99 
Richard Barnes. 

Lost. See p. 91. 

c. 1500. 

George Lassy, B.A. Fellow 1488; died after 1496 (Macray, 
i, 119). 

Figure half length ; in undertunic ; overtunic with wide sleeves 
lined with fur and turned back at the wrists ; tabard lined 
and edged with fur ; and hood lined and edged with fur. 

Inscription. 

Haffp (Beocgiug fjic iaceo biresf abiere 

Pecfunctug foita raptus ab orbe fui 

RuiTqui0 atieg tibi me mortalem tjolernqj fufffe 

31n mentem fcenfat et mtfeccre precor. (Wood, Fisher.) 

Engraved in T. Fisher's Sepulchral Monuments in Oxford. 



BRASSES IN MAGDALEN COLLEGE CHAPEL 15 




George Lassy, c. 1500. 

Figure, n^ inches high. 

Stone, 2 ft. 7 in. x i ft. 10 in. 



l6 BRASSES IN MAGDALEN COLLEGE CHAPEL 



1501. 
Thomas Mason, M.A. Fellow (nothing more known). (Macray, 

i, I34-) 

Full-length figure in undertunic with edged sleeves ; over- 
tunic divided in front and with wide fur-lined sleeves turned 
back at the wrists ; cappa nigra with fur-edged arm-slits ; 
and hood lined and eded with fur. 



>rate p_ aTa QSfii ^ome s^aCon in artibj magiCm 
quf quontia | fuit Cociutf !)tu 9 coUefffi et otrijt Ce^to neclo 
tiic med'0 februanj | ^nno dm^ qttiffenteCio p*mo ctu 9 
are ppictctuc deu0 amen 

On floor, under north-east wall of Antechapel. 

Engraved in T. Fisher's Sepulchral Monuments in Oxford. 



BRASSES IN MAGDALEN COLLEGE CHAPEL 17 




Thomas Mason, 1501. 

Height, 19 inches. 
Stone, 4 ft. 3 in. x i ft. 10 in. 



l8 BRASSES IN MAGDALEN COLLEGE CHAPEL 






1502. 

Walter Charyls, M.A. Fellow 1492-1502 ; Junior Dean of Arts 
1498-9; Bursar 1500-1. 

Three-quarter length figure, head lost, now 6^ in. high ; in 
undertunic with edged sleeves ; overtunic with wide sleeves 
lined with fur and turned back at the wrists ; tabard with 
edged pocket-holes under the arms, and with the sleeves 
divided up the front ; and hood lined and edged with fur. 
[There are only two otherknown examples of the tabard with 
divided sleeves ; viz. on one of the sons in the brass of John 
Avening, formerly in the parish church of Cirencester, now 
lost (figured in Davis' s Monumental Brasses of Gloucestershire, 
209) ; and in the brass of William Goche at Barningham, 
Suffolk.] 



facet 9agtCter faHalterug Cljarpte in 

tt qtiotiam fociug ifttug coUeffit qtu obijt jcij 1 
trie tmCig auptfti anno tim ^ qiugentegimo Cecntio* 

Formerly under west wall of Antechapel at the south end. 
Now on the floor under the north-east wall of the Antechapel. 
Engraved in T. Fisher's Sepulchral Monuments in Oxford. 



BRASSES IN MAGDALEN COLLEGE CHAPEL 19 




Walter Charyls, 1502. . 

Height, 9 in. 
Stone, i ft. 9 in. x 2 ft. 9 in. 



20 BRASSES IN MAGDALEN COLLEGE CHAPEL 



1503. 

Thomas Dyke, M.A. Fellow c. 1500-3. Lect. in Logic 1502-3 
(Macray, i, 136). 

Very likely the three-quarter length figure south-west of the 
four in the choir ; in undertunic ; overtunic with wide fur- 
lined sleeves turned back at the wrists ; cappa nigra with 
fur-edged arm slits ; and hood lined and edged with fur. 



n 

et quondam >ocfu0 iftiugCollegii qut otmt tdu menfig 
am 3Dom, . ^Dumg:entefimo teccto* 



Formerly in the Choir (Wood). 

The figure was sold with the library of a Fellow of Magdalen 
to a bookseller in Oxford and purchased by the late Rev. 
Herbert Haines, who returned it to the College. 
Inscription lost. 

1506. 
Robert Cobbe. 

See Cole, 1558. 

1509- 
Richard Finch. 

Lost. See p. 91. 



BRASSES IN MAGDALEN COLLEGE CHAPEL 21 




? Thomas Dyke, 1503. 

Height, 22| inches. 
Stone, 2 ft. 4i in. x i ft. 5 in. 



22 BRASSES IN MAGDALEN COLLEGE CHAPEL 



1509. 

William Hasard. Fellow 1488-1509; Sophist. Lect. 1491-2; 
Sen. D. of A. 1494-5 ; Logic Lect. 1494-5 ; Proctor 
1495 ; Philos. Lect. 1496-7 ; Princ. Magd. Hall 1507-9 
(Bloxam, iv, 18; Macray, i, 119). 

Letters incised : 

(Builielmug Ijafard metofcujaf 
. Blandtculi ffalla^ trifcetiat gloria muntu 

que cito fflorentem decuttt tmnwnorem 
decedant arteg metiicc tt fpeculacio celt 

proftmt quando rnorg mtculenta raptt 
tibt mando tcllu0 pafcat caro termed 
cape centre antmam poCrea corpus ide 
torn m t c nono wtii die 



Formerly at south end of Antechapel, under the east wall. 
Now fixed to the south wall of south aisle. 



William Goberd, B. A. Demy ; Archdeacon of Salop. 

Figure in undertunic, tunic (rather wide sleeves), long surplice, 
amess. 

Over the head of figure, a scroll : 

>ca [TOmtagf tm 9 2D 9 mfclji fi]t bio 



Inscription under figure : 

it'c iacet map ttQiiUm* (BoberD I rtibj | baculari 9 
necno arcljitiiacon 9 galopp qui obiit ^t)iu decebgf, a 
dm 9^t c ^t) cttj 9 a e de f ppt 9 



Engraved in T. Fisher's Sepulchral Monuments in Oxford. 



BRASSES IN MAGDALEN COLLEGE CHAPEL 23 




William Goberd, 1515. 

Figure, 19^ inches high. 

Stone, 4 ft. 5 in. x i ft. ic4 in 



24 BRASSES IN MAGDALEN COLLEGE CHAPEL 



John Caley, M.A. Fellow 1508-16; Deputy Princ. Magd. Hall 
1511; Bursar 1509-10, 1512-13, 1514-15; Dean of 
Divinity. Ingledew chaplain 1515-16 (Macray, i, 
147). 



>cate p aiaJoSte Calep inn I am'b? 
$ quDam gfoct* fcuf colics' q 1 obtt't 
b 3!umi jam b c rt cur ate pptct* De' 

A palimpsest, on the reverse a portion of another inscription 
to Isabell ,[wifej of -- Fyscher, citizen and clothier, 1464. 



p ala 

ffpgcljer ciutis ^ panan't Dii tiijc[it] 
Die 3Iunii 51 Irn! 



This small brass, after lying loose in the Bursary for several 
years, was framed and fixed to the south wall of the Ante- 
chapel in 1911. The reverse was carefully cleaned and 
rubbed by Mr. J. Challenor Smith in Feb. 1901 (Macray, iv, 
1 86). 



Nicholas Goldwell, M.A. Fellow 1518-23. (Macray, i, 156.) 

A clumsy full-length figure in undertunic with edged sleeves ; 
overtunic with wide sleeves lined with fur and turned back 
at the wrists ; cappa nigra with edged arm holes ; hood 
lined and edged with fur, and apparently divided down the 
front ; wide-toed Tudor shoes. No tonsure, since he was 
not in orders. 

Issuing from the mouth of the figure towards a representation 
of the Virgin and Child (lost, Haines) is a scroll. 

>ucwrce m* [fcirp maria]* 

The missing words in brackets were re-engraved in 1911. 



BRASSES IN MAGDALEN COLLEGE CHAPEL 




Height, 15! inches. 
Stone, 3 ft. i in. x i ft. 10 in. 

Under his figure : 

^oc fa.ro macmoreo sttpp'mit' corp 9 ^Hcljolai (BolDtoell | 
in artibj maffri Ijut 9 q? p'claci collegii olim 0ocii folutt | 
corpora ^riif Die flpcitte ^inno tirginei partu0 1 
^itj Cut 9 fftfoCo afpectu fruat 9 in eutl 
Slmtn 

Underneath, Arms : A chief, over all a lion rampant. 

An engraving was published in Sepulchral Monuments in 
Oxford, by T. Fisher. 



D 



26 BRASSES IN MAGDALEN COLLEGE CHAPEL 



1532. 

John Hygden, President 1517-25; Dean of Cardinal College 
1525-32 (Macray, i, 123). 

Full-length figure; in twoundertunics; wide-sleeved overtunic; 
surplice ; amess ; cope ; square cap. This figure was found 
in 1911, attached to one of the slabs of Purbeck marble 
belonging to the Tibarde monument ; but it undoubtedly 
belonged to a much later period, and Mr. Mill Stephenson 
has suggested that in all probability it belonged to the 
Hygden monument. It is now mounted as Perch (1911). 

Inscription under figure (Wood). 

[Prap for tfje foul of Joljn %gden, toljiclj Ijatlj 
ftablpfpd and founded a perpetual tfyibitton for 
ftudenttf in. tljig college.] 



Marginal inscription. 

[l?ic iacet 3Ioljanne0 ^pffden >acre 
feftor et Collect ^enrict )ctai?i in flDjom primus 
SDecanujs qui olnit ^iii die 3]anuar anno 2Dm* mille* 
fimo quingentefinto tricefinio fecundo. CuiujJ anime 
proplcietur 



Uemoved from the Inner Chapel c. 1635, and not to be found 
1786 (Gutch) ; nor since. A design for the restoration of 
this monument has been prepared by Messrs. Gawthorp, 
and is shown in the figure. 

Head and neck and lower part restored. 



BRASSES IN MAGDALEN COLLEGE CHAPEL 27 




Suggested restoration for brasses to John Hygden, 1532. 
Figure, 2 ft. 6 in. high. 



28 BRASSES IN MAGDALEN COLLEGE CHAPEL 



1558. 
Arthur Cole, B.D., President 1555-8. Canon of Windsor. 

Full-length figure ; in undertunic ; tunic with slightly widened 
sleeves ; surplice ; amess ; Garter mantle. (Amess in grey 
metal ; Garter cross enamelled red.) 

Inscription under figure. Letters with underlines are red. 

j^ic 2acet corpus beneratriligtjici Sgagifttf rtf)un Cole 
lacrae tfjeolotriee | baccalaun'j Cammici collegii reffit in 
caCtco tie fallmoefor etljtri 9 Colleffii || pceCtoisf, qui obfit 
i83]ulit 1558. Ciuus ai& propfctetucdeug 



Moved from the original position in the Inner Chapel to 
under great west window of Antechapel in 1635, but 
' restored in a new stone, and replaced in the Inner Chapel 
before the eagle ' (College Order, May 9, 1859) ; head repaired 
in 1860 and again in 1911, when rubbings from the brasses 
were taken and exhibited at a meeting of the Society of 
Antiquaries in London, and published in their Proceedings 
for April 18, 1912. See also Waller, pt. xiii. 

A palimpsest. See pp. 30, 31. 



BRASSES IN MAGDALEN COLLEGE CHAPEL 29 




Arthur Cole. 

Height, 3 ft. 2 in. 

Stone, 4 ft. 6 in. x 3 ft. 6 in. 

The inscription comes beneath the figure. 



30 BRASSES IN MAGDALEN COLLEGE CHAPEL 

1431, c. 1450 and 1516. 
On the reverse of the brasses to Cole, 1558. 

On reverse a priest, lacking head and feet, in mass vestments 
viz. amice and alb, both apparelled ; stole and maniple, 
both fringed and of the same diapered stuff as the apparels ; 
and full chasuble, plain except for a narrow embroidered 
border, c. 1450. 

The piece at the bottom appears to have been cut from the 
brass of a kneeling figure with a tasselled girdle. 

The reverse of the head shows the Royal arms. 

The inscription plate is made up of two inscriptions : 

i. Robert Cobbe, citizen and tailor of London, d. Oct. 28, 
1506, and his wife, Margery, d. June 24, 1516, and probably 
their son, Sir Thomas Cobbe, the date for whose death is 
left blank. 



po r cfjarpte prap for tfje fotolleg of Eobect Cobbe 
Cite?en and ^([loc] 1 of ^London toljlche dittefpd th 
jrfom dap of October tjje pece of o r lord $ [tj c ] jfoj and 



p[ei'e] | of o r lord urlrjbi and for t&e foule of 

Cobbe toljiclje deceffpd p[ e ] | dap of SL dm mccccc 

on tol)o<3e gotoll' ^hu ^atie m f [cp] 



2. Margery Chamberleyn, d. Feast of Nativity of S. Mary 
the Virgin, u Henry VI. 



iacet S^arijen'a [que fuijt t^ f 2flliHm[Q 
[Clj]anibeclcpn que ob[ut in. fejfto natilJttat[i0J 
[jsce] aparie iiirffiniis [anno regni] 

undecimo citf J3[ie ppt]ctetuc 



She was buried in the Chapel of St. Mary in the church of 
the Friars Minors or Greyfriars in London in 1431. A nice 
instance of monastic spoil re-used. (M. Stephenson in 
Proc. S.A.L. xxiv. 206 and Trans. Monum. Brass. Soc. vi, 
p. 250.) 



BRASSES IN MAGDALEN COLLEGE CHAPEL 



3 1 




Reverse of brasses to Arthur Cole. 



32 MAGDALEN COLLEGE CHAPEL 

I575- 
William Judson, Fellow 1571-5 (Bloxam, iv, 170). 

Inscription on a plain white gravestone in the Antechapel : 
Gutch's Wood, p. 336, but not now visible. 

[ANNO DOMINI 1575, ^TATIS SU.E 24 APRILIS 25 LECTISSIMO IUVENI 

GULIELMO IUDSON LONDINENSI, HUIUS COLLEGII SOCIO, ARTIUM 

MAGISTRO, MORUM CENSORI, THEOLOGIZE IMPRIMIS 

STUDIOSO, IN FLORE ^ETATIS EXTINCTO 

NON SINE LUCTU,] 

1577- 

William Dayrell. 

Lost. See p. 92. 

1589- 
Laurence Humphrey, Fellow 1548, President 1561-89 (Bloxam, 

iv,io4). 

The monument was originally over his grave against the south 
wall of the Choir, but in 1635 it was moved to the south 
wall of the Antechapel. ' A fair monument, with the 
effigies of a man to the middle habited in his Doctorial 
formalities, with a book in his hand, and the inscription 
under him ' (Wood). The figure stands in a niche under an 
arch. The two lateral columns are surmounted by obelisks. 
The epitaph, painted on a black ground, runs : 

MS 

LAVRENTIO HVMFREDO ss THEOLOGIZE IN ACADEMIA DRI. 

ET PROFESSORI REGIO PER ANNOS 28 P.M. HVIVS COLLEGII PR^ESIDI. 

luSTINA DORMERIA FILIA NATU MAXIMA PATRI SVO 

VENERABILI 7EVITENI l OBSEQVII ERGO 

HM. 

M/ERENS POSUIT. 

OBIIT KAL. FEB. AN SALVTIS 1589. 
^ETATIS SVZE, 63. 

1 Perhaps JEVITF.RKI was intended. 



FUNERAL MONUMENTS 33 

On a separate tablet : 

TUMULU RECENTE, STA, (MORJE PRECIU EST) LEGE 
NOVE AT SEPULTU HEIC QVEMPIA CAVE CREDVAS. 
HVMFREDVS ALPHA THEOLOGON SUBTUS SITU'ST. 

STVDIO, LAHORE, LECTIONE, ACVMINE, 

VARRO ALTER H|ELVO LITERARVM MAXVMVS. 
PlETATIS ORBIS CHRISTIANVS TESTIS EST. 
VENTA HOIC DECANO, MAGDALENA PR^SIDI 
PERHOSPITALI DEBVIT. SAT HOSPES i. 

Arms Or, on a chevron between three fleurs de lys sable, as 
many bezants, over which is a Doctor's Cap. 



1605. 
William Grey. 

Inscription from a brass plate [from a stone]. 

HlC SITVS EST GVLIELMVS GREY NATV MINOR 
FILIORVM ARTHVRI GREY BARONIS DE WIL- 
TON. OBIJT FEBRVARIJ DIE 18 AN: DOM: 1605. 
COMPLETIS VLTRA ANNOS ^TATIS INTE- 
GROS 17 QVATVOR ETIAM MENS1BVS. 

This was removed from the Inner Chapel in 1635 and laid 
at the north end of the Antechapel under the east wall 
(Wood). The brass is now fixed against the north wall 
of the Antechapel. 



34 MAGDALEN COLLEGE CHAPEL 

1607. 
Nicolas Bond, President 1589-1607 (Macray, ii, 171). 

The monument, originally near the monument to President 
Humphrey in the Choir, was moved into the Antechapel 
in 1635, and was fixed to the west wall of the south end. 

Inscription. 

D O M.S. 

MEMORISE VENERABILIS VIRI NICOLAI BOND 

SS*. THEOL. DOCT HVIVS COLL PR^E 

SIDIS, QVI VITA BENE BEATEQ PFRAC 

TA OBIIT SEXT ID FEBR: cio IDCVII, 

ANNO .ETATIS SUJE 67. 
NOMINE QVI VICTOR POPVLI SE VICIT ET ARCTO 

VlNXIT AMORE SVOS VINCVLVM AMORIS ERAT) 
VlCTVS MORTE IACET PATITVR QUOQ TERREA VIN LA, 

DONEC AD ^ETHEREAS EXVAT ILLA TWAS. 
Qui SATUR ANNORU FVERAT, SATVRABITVR INDE 

IwETITIIS NEC QVI FINIAT ANNVS ERIT. 
BlS DVO LVSTRA SVIS QVI PR.EFVIT OMNIA FELIX 

LVSTRA SVO POSTHAC SERVIET ILLE DEO. 

Arms Sable a fess or, in the dexter chief a crescent of the 

second for difference. 

Crest An old man's head in profile, proper hair sable. 
Motto Unitas Spiritus vinculum Pads. 

1616. 

Robert Honiman, M.A., Clerk 1576 (Bloxham, ii, 41). 
A mutilated inscription on a brass plate : 

H:M. 
MEMORISE ROBERTI HONIMAN IN [ARTIBVS M ri . OLIM] 

HVIVS COLLEGII CLERICI PERITISSIM[l QVI OBIIT 5] 

MARTII A~n D oi i6i6 ; ^ETATIS SV.E 77 [AMORIS ERGO POSVIT] 

:B:T: 

B.T. was Benjamin Tomkins, Demy 1610-17. 

Originally fixed to a marble stone on the floor. North end, 

east side of Antechapel. 
Now on the south wall of the Antechapel. 



FUNERAL MONUMENTS 35 

1620. 

Anthony Morebred, Chorister 1567, Fellow 1577 (Bloxam, 

i, 18). 

Gravestone on the south side of the Chapel door. Not now 
visible. Inscription in Gutch's Wood, p. 347. 

[Hie situs est ANTONIUS MOREBRED, S.T.B., hujus Collegii 
Socius, qui obiit die xini Augusti an. MDCXX. get. LXV.] 

1626. 
William Langton, President 1610-26. 

This monument was moved in 1635 from the north wall of the 
Choir to the north wall of the Antechapel. Two sculptured 
figures draw back curtains and show a half-length portrait 
bust of the President, in close-sleeved gown, chimere, hood, 
and cap. The monument is surmounted by a group repre- 
sentative of Charity and by two other figures. It should be 
remembered that monuments in this style were more in 
harmony with the interior of the Chapel as it then was, in the 
classical style with its Corinthian pillars and pilasters, than 
with either the earlier or later styles of architectural decoration. 
Inscription. 

Pl,E MEMORISE 

ExCELLENTISSIMI VIRI GvL. LANGTON AGRO LlNCOLNIENSI, 

VILLA COGNOMINI, FAMILIA VETERE ORIVNDI, GENTILITIA 

CLARITATE, NECNON VITA CONSIMILI, IN SACRA THEOL: 

DOCTORIS, SAPIENTIA ET ARTE EXIMII, MODESTIA SVA 

CONSPICVI MAGIS, QVAM TITVLORVM INANI FVLGORE : 
HviC COLLEGIO NON SINE MAGNO BONARVM LITERARVM 

ET PIETATIS INCREMENTO XVI ANNIS PR^FVIT : 

HANC VICEM REDDIDIT CHARA VXOR, AFFECTV MAGNO 

SVMPTV MODICO, AMORE ET OBSERVANTIA SVA SIC CONTENTA 

DEFVNGI, CVI HAVD VLLO MARMORE ESSET SATISFACTVRA. 

OBIIT AN. SALVT: 

MDCXXVI, OCT. 

X. JE.T. SVJE LIIII. 

Arms Quartered ; First, Quarterly sable and or, over all a bend 
argent. Second, Or,fretty azure. 1 Third, Sable four falcons, 
volant or (two and two] (argent, Wood). 2 Fourth as the 
first. 

1 Wood adds on a canton gules, a cross molyn or, but this is not shown. 
- Possibly the arms of the Lincolnshire family of Mure. H. W. Wilson. 



36 MAGDALEN COLLEGE CHAPEL 



1633- 
Thomas Harris, Demy 1630-4 (Bloxam, v, 127). 

Gravestone in cemetery on the north side of the west door 

of the Chapel. Not now visible. 
Inscription in Gutch's Wood, p. 347. 
[In Memoriam 

THOMJE HARRIS Inceptoris Artium et hujus Collegii Semi- 

communarii vulgariter diet. Demy, qui obiit in Non. Junii 

A.D. M DCXXXIII. aet. vero suae XXIL] 



John Lyttelton. 

Thomas Lyttelton. 

'This Monument of the Lytteltons' was executed by Nicholas 
Stone, Master- Mason to King Charles I, and much in vogue 
as a Statuary in the preceding reign. " The History of his 
works is fully recorded by himself. Vertue met with his 
Pocket-Book, in which he kept an account of the Statues 
and Tombs he executed, of the persons for whom done, 
and of the payments he received." Out of this pocket-book 
the following is an extract: " In 1635 I made a Tomb for 
the two Sonns of Sir Thomas Littleton, and sett it up in 
Maiden-college in Oxford, where the boys were drowned, 
for the which work I had 3o/." (Walpole's Anecdotes of 
Painting, vol. ii, 4to, p. 26, 30 ; 8vo, p. 41, 47.) 

This large monument, flanked by two sculptured youths 
mourning, now occupies its original position in the middle 
of the east wall (north side) of the Antechapel. In 1832 
it was determined, probably on Mr. Cottingham's recom- 
mendation, to move it to the opposite wall of the Ante- 
chapel, but two years later better counsels prevailed, and 
it was left in its original situation. 



FUNERAL MONUMENTS 37 

JOHANNES ET THOMAS 
LYTTELTON 

ExiMIJE SPEI ADOLESCENTULI 

THOM^E LYTTELTON MILITIS ET 
BARONETTI EX LECTISSIMA JUXTA 
ATQUEM.ESTISSIMADNACATHERINA 
CONJUGE FILII NATU MAJORES HIC 
OBDORMISCUNT. QuOS INNOXIE 
OBAMBULANTES IN CAMPO MINOREM 
LUBRICUS PES IN UNDAM MISIT 

MAJOREM PIETAS SUA 
SIC AUSUM REPETERE FRATREM ET 
INFELICI HOC QUASI COMPENDIO 
TOTAM EXPLICANTEM INDOLEM. 
INVICEM FLAGRANTER COMPLEXOS 
UNA MORTIS HORULA ABSORPSIT 

DURO ET PR^PROPERO FATO. 

DIEM SUUM OBIERUNT, ALTER XVII 

ALTER XIII ANNOS NATI 

MAI! NONO MDCXXXV. 

NESCIS QUA HORA, 
VlGILA. 

Arms Quarter/}' of twelve. First, Argent a chevron between 

three escallops sable, for Lyttelton. 
Second, Argent, two lions passant gules ; a crescent for difference, 

for Strange of Blackmore or Gifford. 
Third, Gules, a fess argent between four dexter hands coupcd or, 

for Quatermaine. 
Fourth, Barry of six, or and sable ; on a chief of the first two 

pallets of the second, over all on an incscutcheon argent three 

bars gules, for Burley. 
Fifth, gules, a lion rampant zvithin a bordure engrailed or, for 

Rhys Prince of South Wales. 
Sixth, Argent, five bendlets gules, for Talbot. 
Seventh, Party per pale or and vert, over all a lion rampant 

Gules, for Bigod. 
Eighth, Or, three chevrons gules, for Clare. The shield is not 

fully cut, the chevron in base not being separated from the 

field on the lower side. 



38 MAGDALEN COLLEGE CHAPEL 

Ninth, Sable, three garbs argent, for MacMorrough, Duke of 

Leinster. 
Tenth, Argent six fleurs de lys, three, two and one, azure, on 

a chief indented or ; a crescent for difference, for Paston. 
Eleventh, Quarterly, France and England within a bordure 

gobonc, for Beaufort. 
Twelfth, Gules three lions passant guardant in pale or, within 

a bordure argent, for Woodstock. 
Crest A Moor's head couped proper, wreathed argent and 

sable. 

1640. 
Walter Wallwyn. 

This monument was moved to west wall of Antechapel from 

the opposite wall by Cottingham in 1832. 

UBI MAJOR SPES TRISTIUS EST DESIDERIUM. 

Inscription in marble frame flanked by scrolls resting on 
books, with a cherub underneath. 

MEMORISE SACRVM : 
GVALTERI WALLWYN, IPS A JUVENTVE 
FACE EXTINCTI : CVI HEREFORDIENSIS 
ACER LVCEM, NATVRA SOLERS INGENIVM 
DEBIT ; IXGEXII CVLTVM GLOCESTRIA : SED 
CVLTVI SVPREMAM MANVM OXOXIA 

IMPOSVIT. VBI QVVM, AD MENSES 
QVIXDECIM LITERIS F^LICITER 
IXSVDASSET, (QVAS VIRILI MATVRITATE, 
XEC MIXORI MORVM SVAVITATE DECORARAT) 

EVM 

MEDIIS MUSARUM, ET AMICORUM AMPLEXIBUS, 

SUPERVEXIENS SPASMATI FEBRIS RAPUIT, 

MEXSIS JULII OCTAVO, AxXO CHRISTI 

SERVATORIS MDCXL. 

FlLIO LOXGE DlLECTISSlMO, NATUQUE MAXIMO 

PARENTES 

FULCO WALLWYN DE MAGXA MARCLE IN 

COMIT. HEREFORD. ARMIGER, ET MARGARETA 

HOC QUALECUNQUE MNHMO2YNON 

M JE S T I 

PS y P 

Arms supported by two winged cherubs (Gules), a bend 
ermine a label ( ) for difference. 



FUNERAL MONUMENTS 39 



1655- 

Joseph Stringer, Fellow, died July 23, 1655, and was buried 
in the Chapel (Macray, iv, 69). 

[Arms Gules, a cross patonce between four martlets argent a 
canton of the last. 1 ] (Sec p. 92.) 

1657- 

Latimer Cross, a Lincolnshire man (son of Joshua Cross, Gent, 
living at Newarke in com. Nott. 1632) Steward of the 
lands belonging to this Coll. died at his house near this 
Coll. Dec. 3, 1657, and was buried in the Chapel. 
He married - - Cracroft of the same county, sister to 
Thomas Cracroft, Fellow of this College, by whom he 
had issue, but they died young. She was afterwards 
married to Samuel Nicholas [or Nicholls], M.A. and 
Fellow of this College, afterward Minister of [BeedingJ 
in Sussex (Macray, iv. 78). 

[Arms Quarterly ; first and fourth gules ; second and third 
or: in the first quarter a cross potent argent [Cross].] 

[Impaling ; party per pale azure and gules ; over all a bend 
dancette or, charged with three martlets sable- [Cracroft].] 
(See p. 92.) 

1657-8. 

Thomas Jennings, M.A., Fellow 1648-57, died late in the night 
of the 1 6th of Jan. 1657-8, and was buried in the 
Chapel. 
[Arms Or, on afess gules, three bezants.^ (Sec p. 92.) 

1 MS. Wood. Mus. F. 4, p. 90. - Ibid., p. 93. 

3 Ibid., p. 94. 



40 MAGDALEN COLLEGE CHAPEL 

1661. 

John Oliver, D.D., President 1644-8 and 1660-1, Dean of 
Worcester, died Oct. 27, 1661, and was buried in the 
Antechapel near the north door. 

The memorial tablet of white marble was placed by Dr. Routh 
on west wall of Antechapel, 130 years after the death of 
President Oliver, close to the spot pointed out in Dr. Yer- 
bury's epitaph, who desired to be buried near (Bloxam, v r 
82). Dr. Routh wrote the inscription : 

CORPVS HIC SITVM EST 

JOANNIS OLIVARIl S. T. P. PRAESIDIS OPTIMI DOCTISSIMI, 

SVA SPOXTE PAVPERIS. 
YlX ANN. I.XI. Qvi CVM AD DOMVM FORTVNASQ SVAS, 

CAROLI CAVSA AMISSAS, REDIISSET, 

POST PAVLO HOMIMBVS EXEMPTUS EST. 

HAVE ANIMA EGREGIA, FORSITAN ET 

HVIC SECVLO EXEMPLO FVTVRA. 

1667. 

Abraham Forman, Fellow 1618-48, 1660-7 (Macray, iii, 151). 
Inscription on a black marble gravestone now near SE. corner 
of Antechapel. 

Hie SITVS EST ABRAHAMVS FORMAN, 
SS tae THEOLOGI.E BACCALAVREVS, 

HVJVS COLLEGII PER 48 to ANXOS 

Socivs, 

EX PARTE LONGE MAJORI SOCIORV VNVS 
QVI OB FIDELITATEM ERGA 

CAROLUM PRIMUM 

ANNO MDCXLVIII EJECTI : 

& E SEPTENDECI ETIA EORVNDE VNVS. 

ovi IMPERIO ET AVSPICIIS 

CAROLI SECUNDI 

ANNO MDCLX RESTITVTI 
FVERE. 

OBI IT 6 to IVLII Ax D NT . 1667", 

. SV.F, 75 to . 



FUNERAL MONUMENTS 41 



i6yo. 
Samuel Russell, Fellow 1668-70 (Bloxam, v, 260). 

On a black marble gravestone of a diamond figure, on east 
side of Antechapel : 

M-S. 

SAMVELIS RVSSELL, 
A. M. ET HVJVS COLL. Socn. 

EN ! ERVDITO PULVERE SoRDIDVM, 

IUVENEM, IN QVO MINIMUM EST, 
QUOD FUIT ERUDITUS, 

Cvi, PR/E OMNIBUS SCIENTIJS, 
ID PRIMUM IN VOTIS ERAT, 

VT PLENIVS SIBI INNOTESCERET ET DEO ; 

HOC SECVLO SIC VSVS, UT ALTERO POSSET FRVI, 

FLORENTEM, VEGETAMQ ANIMAM, FEBRISQ CAPACEM 

SUBDUCENS HOMINUM SPEI, ATQ AMORI, 

TRANSTVLIT IN SVPERUM CHOREAM 

QVA UNA MAGDALEO PRJETVLIT ILLE CHORO. 

OBIJT JULIJ xxin 

( SALVTIS CIDIDCLXX 
Ax { - 



1670-1. 

Herbert Pelham, LL.D., Fellow 1621-70 (Macray, iii, 157), 
sometime Proctor of the University, died igth Jan., 
1670-1, aet. 74, or thereabouts ; and was buried in the 
outer Chapel near to the west door (Wood's Life and 
Times, ed. Clark, vol. ii. p. 215). 

[Arms 1 Quarterly ; first and fourth, azure three pelicans, two 
and one, vulning themselves, argent, a crescent for difference : 
second and third ? [gules, tivo half-belts palewisc in fcss, 
buckles (? or) ~ in chief.} H. A. W. 

1 MS. Wood F4. p. 1 20. 

2 So in the original MS. in Glover's Ordinary. 



42 MAGDALEN COLLEGE CHAPEL 



1670-1. 

Richard Clutton, of Shropshire, M. A., Commoner of this 
College, died Mar. 5, 1670-1, set. 27, or thereabouts, 
and was buried in the outer Chapel under the pulpit 
the nth of the said month (Wood). 

[Arms Argent a chevron gules surmounted by another ermine, 
between three annulets of the second. 1 ^ (See p. 92.) 



1672. 
William Russell, Fellow 1669-72 (Bloxam, v, 271). 

Gravestone diamond-shaped near that of his brother Samuel. 

M-S. 

GUILIELMI RUSSELL. 

A.M. & Hujus COLL: Socn. 

ALTER Hie CCELI JACET INQUILINUS 

JUVENIS, QUO PIETAS, 
CANDORQUE MORUM ALIIS PR^LUXIT DOTIBUS : 

Qui FUIT VlVUS DOCUMEXTO, 

IN QUANTA POTERAT PROGREDI IXDOLES CAPAX ; 

TAM INTEGRA VITA EXHIBUIT DECORUM 

VlRTUTIS, GUAM MORTE TENAX EXPRESSIT HONESTU. 

AT MAGNUM REPETIT DEPOSITUM DEUS, 

MAGDALIS OLIM DECUS, ET STUPOREM, 

ET (QUOD FUIT PALMARIUM) 

ET GEXIO, ET Axxis PR^VIO FRATRI PARE. 

OBIIT DECEMB: vin. 

( SALUT 9 : 1672 
A \ 

I vETAT 9 : 22. 
1 MS. Wood F4, p. 121. 



FUNERAL MONUMENTS 43 

1674. 
Robert Hudson, Demy 1671-4 (Bloxam, v, 318). Not now 

visible. 
Gravestone to north of door of Antechapel. 

Hie situs est ROBERTUS HUDSON, hujus collegii Semi- 
Communarius, magnae spei juvenis, qui dum aves in campis 
prope Academiam insequeretur, proprio sclopetto vepribus 
implicito transfixus, post paucos dies non sine ingenti 
pietatis, ac inter Chirurgorum lancinationes fortitudinis et 
patientiae specimine prius edito, immaturo prorsus ac tristi 
fato interiit die Februarii primo 1 A. Ch. MDCLXXIV, getatis 
anno decimo nono. 

1678. 
William Brown, Fellow 1657-78 (Bloxam, v, 197). 

Black marble gravestone under west wall of Antechapel. 

H.S. E. 
GULIELMUS BROWNE, S.T.B. 

HUJUS COLLEGII SOCIUS : 

VI R 

INDUSTRIE INDEFESS.E, 

ERUDITIONIS PERSPECTyE : 

QUI S. THEOLOGIAN HORAS COMPOSITAS 

REI BOTANIC^ SUCCESIVAS 

IMPENDENS, 

IN UTRAOUE EMICUIT. 

APOPLEXIA CORREPTUS SUCCUBUIT 

FATO MULTUM LUGENDO, 

NISI VIXISSET INDIES MORITURUS. 

OB. MAR. 25, AN. .ET. 49, 

MDCLXXVIII. 

Arms cut on inlaid slab of white marble Quarterly ; first and 
fourth, argent on a bend azure three escallops or : Second and 

third, ermine on a chevron three escallops . 

Crest A demi-lion rampant grasping a serpent. 

1 ' Rectius 13 Martii,' Gutch's Wood, p. 357. 



44 MAGDALEN COLLEGE CHAPEL 



1678. 
William Nicholson, Demy 1671-8 (Bloxam, v, 312). 

Gravestone of black marble under west wall of Antechapel. 

M-S. 

GULIELMI NICHOLSON ARTIU MAG. 
ET HUJUS COLL: SEMICOMMUNARII, 

Cui, SEU SPECTES URBANITATEM, 
SEU STUDIOSAM AMIC1TI, INDOLEM 
NIHIL OMNINO DEFUIT, QUO MINUS 
INTER SOCIOS RECENSERETUR, 
PROCTER HOC UNUM, SOCII TITULU : 
LIBROS SIMUL ET HOMINES 
PERSPECTISSIMOS HABUIT ; 
A NATURA TAMEN SATIS ERUDIT 5 
ETIAMSI UTROSQUE NEGLEXISSET. 

OBIIT DEC. xv, 

f SALUTIS ) CIDLOCLXXVIII. 
ANNO < 5- 

( ^ETATIS } XXIV. 

Arms cut on inlaid slab of white marble Azure 2 bars ermine, 
in chief '3 suns or. 



FUNERAL MONUMENTS 45 

1678-9. 
Thomas Cradocke, Fellow 1671-9 (Bloxam, v, 274). 

Inscription in florid oval frame on south wall of Antechapel. 

M. S. 

VIRI EXIMII 

THO. CRADOCKE 

QUI WIXTOXI/E XATUS, SUB WICHAMI 

AUSPICIIS ABSOLUTA POSUIT LITERARUM 

TYROCIXIA ; MOX IN WAINFLETI COLL. ATQUE 

SUB I MO BACCALAUREATU IN SODALITIUM 

COOPTAT , TAXTAS INGEXII ATQUE ERUDITIOXIS 

DOTES, TAM IXSIGXI PRUDEXTIA TEMPERATAS, 

& TAM FIXA IX JUSTU BONUMQ PROPENSIOXE 

LIBRATAS OUOTIDIE EXHIBUIT, UT MERITO ILLU 

OMXES TAXQUAM IX HUJUSCE SECULI ORXAMEXTU 

ET FUTURI EXEMPLUM XATUM IXTUEREMUR. 

MAG. ARTIU VIXDUM QUADRIMUS, ORATOR ACADEMICUS 

ET SEQUEXTI ABHIXC A: REGI CAR. 2 do A SACRIS 

ORDIXARIIS ALLECT'EST. AT CUM, QUAS AULA, 

ACADEMIA, COLL: SPES JUSTAS COXCEPERAT, 

IMPLERE OCCEPISSET, MORBILLIS LETHALIB 5 

CORREPTUS BOXIS OMXIBUS DOCTISQUE, PAREXTIB 5 

COGXATIS ET AMICIS, ECCLESI^E ET 

REIPUB: FLEBILIS SEMPERQUE 
DESIDERAT 5 MORIEXS FEFELLIT. 

SALUTIS ( 1678. 



AXXO f 

{ 3 I<>. 

Arms Argent tJircc boars' heads coup cd sable, langucd gules. 

1679. 
Thomas Rogers. 

H.S. E. 

THOMAS ROGERS ex agro 
Surriensi Generosus, qui obiit die 
7 Martii Anno Dom. 1679, astatis 

suae 64. 
Arms Argent on a chevron between three bucks trippant sable 

attired or, a mullet for difference. 
Crest A buck trippant, gorged ivith a coronet. 



46 MAGDALEN COLLEGE CHAPEL 



1680. 
Peter Bennet, B.D., Fellow 1671-80 (Bloxam, v, 271), buried in 

the Antechapel (Wood). 

Arms Quarterly ; first and fourth, argent an eagle with 2 heads 
displayed gules ; second and third, sable a chevron ermines 
between three Catherine wheels argent.^ (See p. 92.) 



1681. 
Richard Russell, Fellow 1674-81 (Bloxam, i, 94). 

Gravestone diamond-shaped and of black marble near those 
of his two brothers. East side of Antechapel. 

M.S. 

RICHARDI RUSSELL, 

A.M. ET HUJUS COLL. Socn. 

QUIN HUNC SUPREMUM, JUXTA ET AMABILEM 

PlETATE, DOCTRIXA, AC MODESTIA, 

Cui CORPUS IMPAR CREBRIS VIGILIIS, 

Ix MEXTE EXCELSA SITIS IMMODERATA SCIENDI 

AD VERI FONTEM, POST FRATRES, BREVI MISIT. 

Nox PARCAS QUERITUR PARES SORORES 

NATALIS AUT GLOCESTRIA, 

AUT ALMA OXONIA LUGENS ABREPTUM DECUS, 

CONCORDES AXIMAS DUM Visio PERFICIT TRIUNA. 

STERNA SERVET NOMINA WAIXFLETI DOMUS. 

GERMANOS CINERES JUXCTA SEPULCHRA TEGAXT. 

OBIJT OCT. 2j, 

[ SALUTIS 1681 
Axxo < 

\ ATATIS 28. 



1 MS. Wood F4, p. 143. 



FUNERAL MONUMENTS 47 

1682. 

Michael Gardiner, Demy 1678-82 (Bloxam, vi, 24). 

H.J. 

MICHAEL GARDINER 

hujus Coll. semi-communarius : 

Juvenis excelsa indole, 

felici memoria, 

Judicio ultra aetatem acri, 

Et ingenio scientiarum omnium capaci. 

Cui nihil unquam arduum videbatur, 

Quod voluit, facile superavit. 

Ex literis humanioribus, 
Ut reliquam facundiam acueret, 
Poeticam sibi colendam delegit ; 

In qua non sine gloria lusit : 
Gravitatem sensus miro verborum ornatu 

Convestivit : 

Nunquam defuit aut rebus pondus 

Aut numeris suis nitor et festivitas. 

Talis erat vita, qualis stylus, 

elegans et pura ; 
Candoris pariter ac innocentiae 

exemplum. 

Doctrinam summa modestia, 

Ingenium suavissimis moribus illustravit. 

Post exactum quasi in philosophicis studiis, 

Non sine laude, quadriennium, 

Maximae spei juvenem 

Ad summa quaeque contendentem. 

Inimica febris ex oculis rapuit, 

Non ex animis. 

Desiderari coepit die vii bri * xvn 
Anno salutis nostrae MDCLXXXII. 

1683. 

Edward Drope, D.D., Fellow 1619-83 (Bloxam, i, 33). He 

'was buried in the outer Chapel, near (on the right 

hand) to the monument-stone of Dr. Hygden ' (Wood). 

[Arms Argent guttec de poix, on a chief gules a lion passant 

guardant or. 1 ] (See p. 92). 

1 MS. Wood F. 4, p. 150. See Wood's Life and Times, vol. iii, p. 43, and 
Clark's note. 



48 MAGDALEN COLLEGE CHAPEL 

1683. 

Edward Exton, Fellow 1647-8, 1660-83 (Bloxam, v, 195). 
Gravestone of black marble under west wall of Antechapel. 

EDOARDUS EXTON, M.D., HUJUS COLL. socius, 

QUI 

FLAGRANTE BELLO CIVILI 
TOGAM IN SAGUM CONVERTIT ; 

ET QUOAD ARMA VALERENT, 

STRENUA FIDELITATE 

REGIAS PARTES TUEBATUR ; 

ECCLESIA VERO STATUQ UNA CORRUENTIBUS, 

NOLUIT FIDEI NAUFRAGIO 

FUNDATORIS MUNIFICIENTIA DIUTIUS FRUI ; 

SED COLLEGIO EXUL, LONDINUM SE RECEPIT ; 

VBI MEDICINAM ADEO FELICITER FACTITAVIT, 

UT SIBI VITAM 
^EGROTANTIBUS SALUTEM COMPARAVERIT. 

SUB CAROLI 2& REDITU 
MAGDALENE ADIEUS RESTITUTUS 

PRIVATE VIT.E DELICIAS 
SOLICITS MEDICINJE PRAXI PR^ETULIT : 

ET QUOD RELIQUUM FUIT ^ETATIS 

PLACIDE HIC TRANSEGIT, 

INVIDENS NEMINI, NEC CUIQUAM INVISUS, 

TAM FESTIVO DONATUS GENIO, 

UT OMNIBUS SEMPER 
GRATISSIMUS COMES ADVENERIT. 

( ^ETATIS 57. 

OBIIT OCT. 26. ANNO < 

I SALUTIS 1683. 

MARMOR HOC JOHANNES EXTON 

CHARISSIMI FRATRIS MEMORISE CONSECRAVIT 

Arms cut in stone Gules a cross between 12 cross-crosslets 
fitchee or. 



FUNERAL MONUMENTS 49 

1684. 

Edward Rogers, Fellow 1637-84, was buried in the Antechapel 
inApril i684/nearetothe north pillar and Mr. [William] 
Brown's monument-stone' (Macray, iii, 177 ; MS. Wood 
F. 4 gives arms. Wood's Life and Times, ed. Clark, 
iii, 92.) 

1686. 
Henry Yerbury, M.D., Fellow 1647-8, 1660-86 (Bloxam, v, 

176). 

Marble memorial against west wall of Antechapel. Inscription 
gilt on black ground, in a carved frame of laurel leaves, 
between scrolls and fruit. 

H.S. E. 

HENRICUS YERBURY M.D. 
HUJUS COLLEGII SOCIUS 

VlR NATALIE 9 JUXTA ATQUE INDOLE GENEROS 9 , 
SECURI PERCUSSO REGE CAROLO, 

EXOSUS 

BARBARIEM, QUJE MONARCHIAM INVASERAT, 

ULTRO SE IN EXILIUM CONTULIT ; 
UBI VENETIIS STATIM INTER PROCERES, 

PADU.E INTER MEDICOS INCLARUIT, 

Afi UTRISQUE ITA DILECTUS, 

UT REDUX IN PATRIAM AD TOT AMICOS 

EXULASSE DENUO VIDERETUR, 
NlSI SUPERSTITISSET INSIGNE ISTUD 
MAGDALENE SIMUL ET ACADEMIC ORNAMENTU 

REVERENDUS PRASES DOCTOR OLIVER, 
CUJUS CONSUETUDINE, VIVUS OLIM, INEXPLETUS 

VT QUAM PRIMUM LICUIT MORTUU 9 FRUERETUR 

IUXTA EJUS EXUVIAS SUAS RECONDI IUSSIT. 
SALUTIS MDCLXXXVI. 



Arms (coloured coat over cornice) Parly per fess or and 

sable a lion rampant counterchanged. 
Crest A lion's head erased or, gorged sable. 

G 



50 MAGDALEN COLLEGE CHAPEL 

1687-8. 

Samuel Parker, D.D., F.R.S., Archdeacon of Canterbury 1670, 
Lord Bishop of Oxon. 1686, President 1687-8, buried 
on Saturday the 24th of March by torch-light on the 
south side of the outer Chapel (Wood, Macray, vii, 
116). There is no monument or inscription to him. 
[Arms Or, on three escutcheons sable as many pheons of the 
first (Parker). Impaling; per f ess or and azure a fess 
per f ess dancette counterchanged * (Phesant).] 

1699. 

George Hunt, Fellow 1681-99 (Bloxam, vi, 5). 

Marble memorial under west window of Antechapel. Frame 
flanked by clusters of fruit. 

H. S. E. 

GEORGIUS HUNT, LL.D. 

Hujus ColL Soc. 

Somersettensis 

Familia pariter ac moribus generosus 

Qui 

Pietatcm erga Deum, 

Charitatem erga Pauperes, 

Erga omnes benevolentiam 

Placido semper adornavit vultu 

Apoplexia correptus 

Obiit Jan. 29 

r Salutis 1690 
Anno { n?. .. 

I JEtatis 41. 

IOH. HUNT Armig. Hujus Coll. quonda 
Comensalis Fratri Chariss. 

Mcerens P. 

Arms (coloured coat over the cornice of the pediment) Argent 
two chevronels azure between three martlets sable a crescent 
for difference. So given by Gutch. The field seems to be 
or, and the chevronels sable. The crescent is not shown. 
1 MS. Wood F. 4, p. 176. 



FUNERAL MONUMENTS 51 

1703. 

John Rogers, President 1701-2, was buried in the Chapel, 
Feb. 170^, but no memorial indicates the place of his 
interment (Bloxam, ii, clxii ; Macray, iv, 125). 

1706. 

Thomas Bayley, Fellow 1664-89, President, elected Feb. 
i7of-6. Bloxam (v, 247) says he was buried at 
St. Peter's, in which case the inscription lies. 
Hearne mentions his burial but does not say where [it took 

place. (H. A. W.) 

Monument of white and coloured marble surmounted by 
a vase on south wall of Antechapel. 

H. S. E. 

THOMAS BAYLEY, S.T.P. 
Apud Berkeley in agro Gloc. gcncroso patre natus, 

Hujus Collegii 
Semicommunarius, Socius, S. Theologian Prctlcctor, 

Presses demum 

Unanimi Sociorum suffragio electus 

Quern ipsa tarn fcliciter for mavit Natura 

Adco perfecerunt ingenuce disciplines, 

Ut in illo 

Suavitatem indolis, oris dignitatem, 
Ingenii vigorem, doctrines excellentiam, 
Morum elegantiam, vitee simplicitatem , 
Cum Magdalenenses, turn undique universi 

Mirifice colerent ac amarent 

Omnium optimarum artium studiis, 

Literisque reconditioribus eximie eruditus, 

Sacris prcvcipue se dedit, 

Id unice curans, 

Quod Christianum, quod Theologum decuit, 

Ut ipse instrueretur, alios instrueret ad salutem ; 

Mercedem, ad quam assidue aspirabat, 

( Christi 1706 
Sempiternam consecutus, Aug. 15 Anno\ *p, .. ,, 

The escutcheon below has been left without indication of arms. 



52 MAGDALEN COLLEGE CHAPEL 

1711. 

Samuel Adams, Fellow 1694-1711 (Bloxam, vi, 52). 
Monument surmounted by a funeral urn on the north wall of 
Antechapel. 

H.S.E. 

SAMUEL ADAMS 
in Agro Northantonice 
Generosa stirpe natus A.D. ~ - 1669 
Hujus Collegii Socius ~ - 1694 

Academiae Procurator ~ - 1702 

Moralis Philosophiae Praelector 1703 
Medicinae Doctor - 1706 

Diuturna tabe consumptus - - 1711 : 

Is plane erat, 
Quern in Publicis Muneribus obeundis 

Non Reprehenderes ; 
Omni Privata Laude cumulatum 

Vehementer Amares. 

Non enim Eo Quisquam exstitit 

Aut Forma Pulchrior, 

Aut Moribus Comior, 

Aut Amicitia Fidelior, 

Aut in Omni Vitae Parte Honestior, 

Aut in Ipso Mortis Articulo Constantior. 

Arms (coloured coat on monument) Ermine three catamounts 
passant guardant in pale azure. The field was apparently 
silvered to represent ermine, but the colour has disappeared. 

Crest A greyhounds head erased ermine. 
Gravestone ot white marble near north-east corner of Ante- 
chapel. 

Skull. 

S. ADAMS 

obijt 
Ap. 23, 1711. 

Legbones. 



FUNERAL MONUMENTS 53 



1717- 
John Smith, Chorister 1682, Usher 1689-1717 (Bloxam, i, 

104). 
Plain white marble on east wall (south side) of Antechapel. 

H. S. E. 

JOANNES SMITH, A.M. 
Natus apud Berkeley com. Glou. 

Scholae Magdalenae 

Per xxvin annos Didascalus. 

Vir ingenio, voce, ac gestu 

Honeste comicus ; 

Abundans facetiarum sine veneno, 

Ficti amans salva integritate, 

Innocuus laetitiae artifex, 

Lepidus Poeta, 

Amicus plane simplex, 

Comes jucundissimus : 

Rem suam mediocrem 

Coll. Magd. et Paroch. de Berkeley 

Moriens legavit. 

Julii XVI. 

A Dom. MDCCXVII. 
eet. LVIII. 



54 MAGDALEN COLLEGE CHAPEL 



1721. 
Alexander Pudsey, Fellow 1661-1721 (Bloxam, v, 232). 

Monument of grey veined marble surmounted by a vase. 
Erected in accordance with a wish expressed in his will 
dated 1720. He desired to be buried in the outer Chapel 
' with a monument to be fix't in the wall importing a grate- 
full remembrance of the place of my education ' (Macray, 
iv, 104). It is now under the west window of the Ante- 
chapel. 

J.S.E. 

ALEXANDER PUDSEY, S.T.P. 

Hujus Collegii Socius 
Ab antiqud et generosa familid 
In Agro Warwicensi oriundus. 

Vivaci Felix Ingenio, 

A primd nempe Adolescentid prcecoct, 

Ad extremam itidem senedutem vegeto : 

Faceto semper, nunquam aspero, 

Opes bene Largas 

Ouas (Deo supra spemfavente) 

Non inhonestd frugalitate congesserat 

Grato erga summum Benefactorem Ammo 

In pios vicissim usus profudit, 

Atque amplam huic Societati Bibliothecam 

Faustce et Eruditionis et Famce suce altrici 

Munifice supremo Testamento legavit. 

Obiitj mo die Junij 

Salutis I/? 2 / 
Anno Tct . ( o 
jEtatis ) 85. 

Arms (coloured coat on monument) Vert, a chevron between 
three mullets or. 



FUNERAL MONUMENTS 55 



1721. 

Edward Ernes, Demy 1707, Fellow 1717-21 (Bloxam, vi, 177). 
Monument bearing a vase and two cherub-heads is now on 
the south wall of the Antechapel. 
Juxtajacet 

EDVARDUS EMES A.M. et hujus Collegii Ohm Socius. 
Eum Natura suis et Fortuna 

Abunde ornarunt dotibus : 
Illas industrid, has munificentid 

Commcndatas exhibuit, 

Utrasque Religione consecravit. 

In illius ornatu simplex elegantia, 

In gestu liberalis incuria, 
In moribus castigata licentia, 

In ingenio vigor et gratia, 

In judicio pondns ct acumen. 

In omnibus Religiosa alacritas, 

semper enituere. 

Omnigend Virtute sic inclarescens 
Juventutis Flore abrcptus est, 

,, .. A (jEtat: 12 
Matt 27 Anno 1 

( Dont : 1721. 

Arms below the epitaph Or, out of a fcss sable a dcmi-lion 
rampant naissant gules. 



56 MAGDALEN COLLEGE CHAPEL 



1722-3. 

Thomas Stafford, Fellow 1667-1722-3 (Bloxam, v, 249). 
Inscription on white marble in a frame of Devonshire marble 
with an egg and dart moulding. A cherub-head below. 
The monument was erected in 1753 by the Demies at 
a cost of about 6o/. (Gutch, App, to Wood.') 

H. S. E. 
THOMAS STAFFORD J.C.D. 

Hujusce Collegii Socius : 

Qui nullius Scientiae rudis, 

In Jurisprudent ita prae caeteris eminuit, 

Ut nemo earn vel teneret peritius 
Vel sanctius abstinentiusve exerceret. 

Gravissimae quippe Disciplines 
Cujus apud Magdalenenses hauserat Elementa, 
Eorundem Commodis et Privilegiis vindicandis 

Matures unice vovit fructus: 
Luctuosissimis itaque Patriae temporibus, 

Impugnata Collegii Jura 
Ea, qua quidem caeteri, fortitudine, 

Tuebatur ; 

Acumine singular! et suo. 

Hisce mox ^Edibus restitutus, 

Easdem eximia Pietate, Moribus suavissimis 

Ad extremum Vitas longissimas spatium, 

Exornavit ; 

Omnibus charus jucundusque, 
Adolescentibus etiam dilectus Senex. 



FUNERAL MONUMENTS 57 

Eos a se impense redamatos 
Et semper, et Hora praecipue novissima, testatus est, 

Legato Semicommunariis 

Quod unicum legare potuit, 

In Agro WARWICENSI, Prsedio. 

Obiit Feb. 23, 

f Christ! 1722 
Anno < 
( 



o 
81. 

Suis Semicommunarii Impensis, 

Patroni pie memores 

Posuere. 

Arms (coloured coat above monument) Or, a chevron gules 
a canton ermine. 



On a white marble gravestone, on the east side (north end) 

H. S. E. 
THOMAS STAFFORD J.C.D. 

Hujus Collegii Socius : 
Obijt Feb. 23, 

I Salutis 1722 
Anno i ^. ,. o 
I ^Etatis 85. 



ir 



58 MAGDALEN COLLEGE CHAPEL 

1723. 
Thomas Collins, Chorister 1662, Schoolmaster 1673-1723 

(Bloxam, i, 87). 

Monument on north wall of Antechapel. Surmounted by 
a pediment and a funeral urn. 

M.S. 

THOM& COLLINS, S.T.B. 

Scholce Magdalenensis per quinquaginta fere annos 

Archididascali : 

Ubi Literarum adeofeliciter 

Rndimenta tradidit, 

Incremcnta excoluit, 

Ut sparsos ubique per Academiam, 

Florentissitnos in omnibus Disciplinis 

Alumnos jactaret suos: 
Quippc qui ad efformandos Tyronum animos, morcsque, 

Apprime peritus, 

Atticos Icpores ct elegant ias 

Romano, gravitate, ct simplici dictionis puritatc, 

Subacto non sine judicio temperare nosset: 
In Rostris, tarn Thcologicis, quam Philosophicis, 

Ita nervosus ct acutus, 

Ut dubium sit, iitrum consummatissimns 

Concionandi atque disputandi artifex 

Rerum pondcre et doctrind, 

An Eloquently subl imitate et illeccbris, 

Sibique peculiar i quddam styli venustate, 

Mentes auditorum facilius conciltaverit. 

Qui politissimi licet Ingcnii acumine pr&stans 

Utpote innocuos usque Sales Scrmonibus miscens Socraticis, 

Critici tamcn severitatem 

jQLquioris Mansuetudinc Judicis leniit et castigavit, 
Alienis crroribus potius indulgcns, quam suis. 

Undefactum, ut 

Plurima a se conscripta, luce dignissima, 

Nimid, ct in posteros injuriosd, Modestid, 

Flammis dcvoverit ; 



FUNERAL MONUMENTS 59 

Bom's eruditisque omnibus adeb charus, 
Ut prcepropero fato (octogenarius licet] 

Abripi vidcrctur, 
10 Die Februarii, Anno 1722-3. 

Below the rame is the following inscription, written by 
Dr. Thomas Jenner, afterwards President : 

Scpulchrale Hoc Elogium 
HENRICUS SACHEUERELL, S.T.P. 

Scripsit, 

Et Ipseferme moribundus, 

Nee postea quidquam scripturus, 

Istos nimirum Honor cs Dulcissimo Amico 

Persolutos voluit ; 

Ouibus in Suprcmis tabitlis 

Interdixit Sibi. 



1723. 

Charles Holte, Fellow 1707-23, Senior Proctor 1716 (Bloxam, 
vi, 140). 

' He was buried in the College Chapel very handsomely on 
Friday night, three quarters of an hour after nine o'clock. 
The great bell tolling from seven all the time in a doleful 
manner, the clapper being tied, and striking as it were 
every minute, which manner of tolling was first used here 
at the funeral of Dr. Fayrer' (Hearne's Diary 1722-3). 
Inscription on a white marble gravestone of a diamond figure, 
on the east side of the Antechapel. 

H.S. E. 

CAROLUS HOLTE, I.C.D. 

Hujus Collegii Socius 

obijt Jan. 29 

( Salutis 1722 

Anno ( Trp, t - <- 
I JEtatis 36. 



60 MAGDALEN COLLEGE CHAPEL 



1723. 
J. Shaw. 

Inscription on a white marble gravestone of a diamond figure, 
near the south-east corner of the Antechapel. 

I. SHAW 

Obijt 13. Febr. 

1723. 

1723. 
John Newby, Fellow 1714-23 (Macray, v, 53). 

Inscription on a white marble gravestone of a diamond figure, 
in the north-east corner of the Antechapel. 

J. NEWBY 

obiit 9 Junei 

1723. 

1723-4. 
George Stonehouse, M.D., Fellow 1689-1724 (Bloxam, vi, 38). 

Inscription on a white marble gravestone of a diamond figure, 
on the east side of the Antechapel. 

G : STONHOUSE 

obijt. 21. Mar 

A: D. 

I72|. 

1724. 
John Davys, Fellow 1677-1724 (Bloxam, v, 317). 

Inscription on a white marble gravestone of a diamond figure, 
on the east side of the Antechapel. 

I. DAVYS S.T.P. 

Hujus Collegij Socius 

Obijt 21 Oct. 1724. 



FUNERAL MONUMENTS 6l 

I725- 

Daniel Sleamaker, Chorister 1704, Chaplain 1712-25 (Bloxam, 
i, 124). 

Inscription on a white marble gravestone of a diamond figure, 
near south-east corner of the Antechapel. 

DAN: SLEAMAKER 

Capellanus 
Obijt 16 die Aug. 



1726-7. 
Matthew Tubb, Fellow 1711-27 (Bloxam, vi, 150). 

Inscription on a white marble gravestone of a diamond figure, 
on the east side of the Antechapel. 

Skull. 
MATT. TUBB, S.T.B. 

Hujus Coll. Socius 

Obiit Feb. 25, 1726-7, 

^Etatis 41. 

1728. 
Reynolds Walker, Fellow 1713-28 (Bloxam, vi, 152). 

Inscription on a white marble gravestone which has evidently 
been cut down to a diamond figure, on the east side of the 
Antechapel. 

REYNOLDS WALKER 

S. T. B. 

Hujus Coll. Socius 

obiit 15 Maij 1728 

jEtat. 43. 



62 MAGDALEN COLLEGE CHAPEL 

1729-30. 
John Grandorge, Fellow 1697-1730 (Macray, iv, 169). 

Inscription on a white marble gravestone of a diamond figure, 
on the east side of the Antechapel. 

I. GRANDORGE 

S. T. P. 
ob. Ian. 19, 

1729 
An. ^Etat. 60. 

1730. 

Mary Butler, daughter of William Tate, of Burley Hall, and 
wife of President Butler. 

Epitaph in a frame of palm branches, shells and flowers, on 
east wall (south side) of Antechapel. 

H. S. E. 

MARIA BUTLER, 

EDVARDI BUTLER, LL.D. 

Hujusque Collegii Prcesidis 

Uxor, 
Et Conjugalis et Socialts Vitce 

Exemplar Pulcherrimum ; 

Superstitem reliquit Filiam Unicam, 

Eximiis Ammi Corporisque Dotibus 

Sui Simillimam. 

.. (Anno cetatis 40, 
Obnt 15 die Juln {<?,. 

( Salutts 1730. 

In Desideratissimcc Conjugis memoriam 

Hoc marmor P. 
Maritus Mcestissimus. 

Arms Or, on a chief indented azure, three covered cups of the 
first [Butler] .- impaling party per fess or and gules a pale 
counterchanged, on each piece of the first a cornish chough 
proper [Tate]. Over all on an escutcheon of pretence the 
same arms as those impaled. 



FUNERAL MONUMENTS 63 

Gravestone : 

M. BUTLER 

Obijt 15 die Julii 

1730. 



1734- 
John Howell, Fellow 1728-34 (Bloxam, vi, 201). 

Inscription on a white marble gravestone which has obviously 
been cut down to diamond figure, near the north-east corner 
of the Antechapel. 

H.S. E. 
J]OH. HOWELL, A.M. 

HUJUS COLLEGII SOC. 

Obijt Sept. 23, 
ANNO Dom. 1734 
32. 



1744- 

Isaac Griffith, Usher 1724-6, Chaplain 1728-44 (Bloxam, ii, 
171). 

Inscription on a white marble gravestone of a diamond figure, 
near the north-east corner of the Antechapel. 

H. S. E. 
ISAAC GRIFFITH 

A.M. 

Obiit 26 Junii 

Anno Dni. 

1744. 



64 MAGDALEN COLLEGE CHAPEL 

I745- 
Edward Butler, President 1722-45 (Bloxam, vi, 145). 

A marble monument in centre of east wall (south side) of 
Antechapel. Epitaph under a pediment supported by two 
Corinthian columns. 

Juxta Dilectissimam Uxorem 

Conduntur Reliquiae 

Viri admodum colendi 

EDVARDI BUTLER, L.C.D. 

Hujus Collegii per Annos xxm 

Praesidis, 
Universitatis Oxon per Quadriennium 

Vice-Cancellarii, 
Ab eadem deinde ad Senatum Britannicum 

Iterum delegati Burgensis : 

Quae Ilium ad obeunda Munia 

Natura tam feliciter effinxerat 

Ut nee Urbano Simplicitas 

Nee Literate Elegantia 

Deesset, 

Ut Officiorum neque Magnitudine Gravatus 

Neque Varietate Distractus unquam videretur ; 

In rebus quibuscunque se gerendis applicuisset 

Non ita Cautus ut Celeritas, 
Non ita promptus ut Industria 

Desideraretur. 

Ingentia Suos in Magdalenenses Merita 
Testatur ^Edium instaurandarum 

Egregie Susceptum Opus/ 
Quod Liberalitate privata Vivens Moriensque 

Largiter Promovit, 

Monumento quovis sepulchrali 

Honorificentius extiturum, et perennius. 

1 He gave ^2,500 towards the New Buildings, and his wife 200. The 
Buildings were begun in 1733. 



FUNERAL MONUMENTS 65 

De Patria 

Quantum Meruerit Vir Probatissimus 

Comitia loquantur Britannica, 

Quibus Nunquam non interfuit, 

Ecclesiae, Libertatis Anglicse, Legumque 

Acer usque Vindex et indefessus : 
Inde firmam satis Corporis Valetudinem 

Sensim labefactavit, 

Salutis Publicae Studiosior quam suae ; 

Quippe cum Nondum esset Sexagenarius 

Immature, Si quis alius, Fato Occubuit 

Oct bri9 29 Anno Xti 1745. 

Arms Or, on a chief indented azure, three covered cups of the 
first [Butler]; impaling party per f ess or and gules a pale 
counter changed, on each piece of the first a cornisli chough 
proper [Tate]. Over all on an escutcheon of pretence the 
same arms as those impaled. 

Gravestone : 

E<I: BUTLER 

Obijt 29 Die Octobris 

A Dni 1745. 



1746-7. 

Thomas Gilmore, Fellow 1701-18, but in receipt of sick pay 
until his death in 1746 (Bloxam, vi, no; Macray, v, 
178). 

Inscription on a white marble gravestone of a diamond figure, 
on the east side of the Antechapel. 

H.S. E. 
T. GILMORE 

S.T. P. 

hujus Collegii Soc. 
Obijt Mar. 12, 

Anno Salut . is ^46-7 
75. 

i 



66 MAGDALEN COLLEGE CHAPEL 

I747- 
Stringer Kirrill, Demy 1744-7 (Bloxam, vi, 264). 

Inscription on a white marble gravestone of a diamond figure, 
on the east side of the Antechapel. 

H. S. E. 

STRINGER KIRRILL 

Hujus Collegii Semicom. 

Obijt Apr. jj 

. rt / Salutis J747 
Anno { x?. .. 

\ /Etatis 2j. 

1750. 

William Hooper, Clerk. Appointed 1750 and resigned same 
year (Bloxam, ii, 94). 

GUIL. HOOPER 
Ob. JEt. 20 
A.D. 1750. 

1758. 

William Forster, Demy 1754-5 (Bloxam, vi, 296, does not 
mention his gravestone). 

Inscription on a white marble gravestone of a diamond figure, 
on the east side of the Antechapel. 

H. S. E. 
GULIELMUS FORSTER, A.B. 

Semicom. 
Obiit Mar. xv 

( Salutis 17^8 
Anno \ ^ . y 
I /Ltatis 20. 

1765- 
Elizabeth Jenner, wife of President Jenner. 

Inscription on a white marble gravestone of a diamond figure, 
on the east side of the Antechapel near the organ. 
ELIZ IENNER 
Obijt 10 die Aug. 
1765- 



FUNERAL MONUMENTS 67 

1766. 
Coningsby Sibthorp, Fellow 1765 (Bloxam, vi, 318). 

Inscription on a white marble gravestone of a diamond figure, 
on the east side of the Antechapel. 

C. SIBTHORP A.M. 
Hujus Collegij Socius 
obijt Apr. 9, 1766 
24. 



1768. 
Thomas Jenner, President 1747-68 (Bloxam, vi, 153). 

Inscription on a white marble gravestone of a diamond figure, 
on the east side of the Antechapel. 

T. IENNER, S.T.P. 

Praeses 

Obiit Jan. i2 mo 

Anno Dom. 1768 

^Etatis 80. 



John Oliver, President 1644-8, 1660-1. 

Memorial tablet erected circ. 1791. Sec p. 40. 

1793- 

Robert Paget, Fellow 1762-93. V. P. Reg. gives 1793 as the 
year of his death (Bloxam, vi, 309). 

Gravestone of a diamond figure, on north side of Antechapel. 

R. PAGET LLD 
Ob. Sep. 17. 1792 

1820. 
John Curtis, Fellow 1777-1820. 

Gravestone of a diamond figure, on north side of Antechapel. 

I. CURTIS 
Ob. Jun. 3. 1820. 



68 MAGDALEN COLLEGE CHAPEL 

1820. 

Benjamin Tate, Step-grandson of President Butler, Fellow 
1780-1820. He planted the red thorn tree opposite 
the gate at the back of the New Buildings (Bloxam, vi, 
35 1 )- 

The epitaph on the marble l monument against west wall of 
Antechapel was written by President Routh. 

H -S E 

QVOD MORTALI FVIT 

BENIAMINI TATE S T P 

ANNOS PLVS QVADRAGIXTA SOCII 

QVI 

FAMILIAE SVAE VETVSTATEM 
MORVM DVLCEDIXE ET COMITATE 

ORXAVIT 

QVIPPE AMICITIAE SI QVIS ALIVS TENAX 

TAM MITI IXGEXIO FVIT IX OMXES 

VT APVD COLLEGIVM SVVM 

CVIVS ECCLESIAS TEXVIORES 

PIO MVXERE DOXAVIT 
MAGXVM DESIDERIVM SVI 

RELIQVERIT 

OBIIT NOVEMBRIS XXII AXXO SALVTIS MDCCCXX 
VIXIT AXX. LXIX MEXS. IV 

GEORGIVS TATE ARM. 

FRATRI OPTIME DE SE MERITO 

H M P -C 

Arms (coloured coat on monument) as impaled with Butler, 
q.v. 

Crest Dexter arm embowed holding a branch. 

Gravestone near south-west corner of Antechapel. 
B. TATE S.T.P. 
Ob. Nov. 22, 1820. 

1 Buckler considered that fine white freestone would have been better for 
this monument than 'snowy white marble'. 



FUNERAL MONUMENTS 69 



1824. 
John Shaw, Fellow 1771-1824 (Bloxam, vi, 342). 

Marble monument, by Marshall of Westminster, in perpen- 
dicular Gothic style against west wall of Antechapel. Figure 
in Gent. Mag., 1828, pi. ii. 

Inscription by President Routh : 

RELIQVIAE . IOANNIS . SHAW . S . T . P . 

ANNOS . PLVS . QVADRAGINTA . SOCII 
QVI . VIXIT . ANN . LXXIII . MENS . X . 

DECESSIT . XIX . KAL . FEBR . ANNO . SALVTIS . MDCCCXXIV . 

VALE . O . DVLCIS . FACETE . SIMPLEX . FORTIS . SAPIENS 

IOANNES . ET . IOSEPHVS . PARKINSON 

HAEREDES . EX . TEST . 
AMICO . BENE . MERENTI . P . 

Crest on an escutcheon Six arrows banded 2 in cross 4 in 
saltire. 



Gravestone near south end of Antechapel. 

I. SHAW 
Ob. Jan. 14. 1824 



70 MAGDALEN COLLEGE CHAPEL 

1827. 
Arthur Loveday, Fellow 1799-1827 (Bloxam, vii, 91). 

Marble mural tablet (by Bossom) in a frame flanked by octagonal 
buttresses, and bearing the symbols A ^ O, is fixed against 
the west wall of the Antechapel. The epitaph was composed 
by President Routh. (Gent. Mag., 1828, pi. iii.) 

H. s. E. 

ARTHVRVS . LOVEDAY . S . T . P . 

ANNOS . FERE . TRIGINTA . SOCIVS 

FILIVS . IOANNIS . LOVEDAY . E . CAVERSHAM 

IN . AGRO . OXON . ARMIGERI 
ET . FRATER . IOANNIS . LOVEDAY . E . WILLIAMSCOT 

IN . EODEM . AGRO . I . C . D . 

VIRORVM . OPT . JAM . OLIM . IN . HOC . COLLEGIO . COMMENSALIVM 
ET . LITTERIS . STVDIIS . QVE . DOCTRINAE 

EGREGIE . EXCVLTORVM 

QVI . SVBTVS . IACET . ARTHVRVS 

PATREM . INDOLE . ET . VIRTVTE . REFERENS 

COMIS . FVIT . SIMPLEX . APERTVS 

ATQVE . IN . OPIS . INDIGENTES . LIBERALISSIMVS 

VIXIT . ANN . LX . MENS . V . DECESSIT . IN . PACE 

IV . NONAS . IVLII . ANNO . SALVT1S . MDCCCXXVII . 

HAEREDES . COGNATO . SVO . CARISSIMO 

P. C. 

Arms Party per pale argent and sable a two-headed eagle 
displayed counterchanged armed, metnbred and ducally gorged 
or, a crescent in chief for difference. 

Crest A demi-eagle as above. 

Gravestone under candelabrum in south-east corner of Ante- 
chapel. 

A. LOVEDAY S.T.P. 
Ob. Jun. 3. 1827 

1832. 

The Gothic recess in the Antechapel for the Tomb of the 
Founder's father, built by Cottingham. See p. 93. 



FUNERAL MONUMENTS 71 

1832. 

Edward Archer Tawney, Demy 1830-2 (Bloxam, vii, 324). 
Gravestone near south-west corner of Antechapel. 

E. A. TAWNEY 
Obiit Dec. 6 1832 

AETAT. XXIII. 
I8 34 . 

William Mills, Fellow 1820-34 (Bloxam, vii, 246). 

A mural monument of white marble in a Gothic style on 
west wall of Antechapel. 

* 

GULIELMO MILLS S-T-B- 

HUJUS COLLEGII SOCIO 

ET IN ACADEMIA PHILOSOPHIAE MORALIS PROFESSORI 

QUI JUCUNDITATE MORUM 

ELEGANTIA LITTERARUM 

INTEGRITATE VITAE 
CUM OMNIUM IN SE 

AMOREM EXPECTATIONEM QUE CONVERTERAT 

SPEM NOSTRAM IMMATURA MORTE ABRUPIT 

SUAM POTIOREM OBTIXUIT 

OBIIT IN MADERA INSULA 

UBI VALETUDINIS CAUSA COMMORABATUR 



VIII ID MAII ANNO DOMINI M DCCC XXXIV 

AETATIS SUAE XLI 

REQUIESCAT IN CHRISTO 

PRAECEPTORI OPTIME DE SE MERITO 

GEO GUL ET JAC ROB . HOPE 

DUO E TRIBUS FRATRIBUS 
QUOS ERUDIERAT SUPERSTITES 

H-M-P-CC- 

Arms (coloured coat on monument) Ermine a fer de moline 
sable a chief or. 



72 MAGDALEN COLLEGE CHAPEL 



1840. 

George Grantham, Usher 1801-40, Fellow 1809-40. Died 
through falling out of his window in the New Buildings, 
May 12, 1840 (Bloxam, iii, 259). Mural monument 
over north door of Antechapel. 

M.S. 
GEORGII GRANTHAM S.T.B. 

HUJUS COLLEGII ANNOS XXX SOCII, 

SCHOLAEQUE VICINAE ANNOS XXXIX OSTIARII. 

ECCLESIAE DE WAYTH IN AGRO LINCOLN. VICARII. 

QUI INOPINATA MORTE EREPTUS EST 

V IDUS MAIAS ANNO SALUTIS MDCCCXL. 

AETATIS SUAE LIX 

VIR PROBUS, BENIGNUS COMIS 

IN FAMILIARES APPRIME HOSPITALIS, 

MAGNUM COLLEGIS AMICISQUE 

SUI DESIDERIUM RELINQUENS. 

THOMAS GRANTHAM 

PER ANNOS XVI HUJUS COLLEGII SOCIUS, 

NUNC ECCLESIA DE BRAMBER RECTOR 

FRATRI OPTIME DE SE MERITO 

H. M. P. C. 



Gravestone under north window of the Chapel Porch. 

G^G 
1840 



FUNERAL MONUMENTS 73 



1840. 
Henry Balston, Demy 1837-40 (Bloxam, vii, 344). 

Memorial tablet in the Greek style on west wall of Ante- 



chapel. 



S- H E. 
HENRICVS BALSTON A-B- 

IN SEMICOMMVNARIORVM ORDINEM 
ANNOS ABHINC QVATVOR COOPTATVS 

VIXIT ANN XXVI MENS VIII 

DECESSIT DIE XXIII DECEMBER A S MDCCCXL 

PIETATE INSIGNIS MORIBVS INTEGER 

DVUCIS SIMPLEX NEC INFICETVS 

INGENIO HAVD MEDIOCRI 

AC SINGVLARI QVADAM SVBTILITATE PRAEDITO 

AETATE IAMIAM MATURESCENTE 

EHEV QVAM PROPERE ABREPTVS 

IN CHRISTO REQVIEVIT 

FENHeHTQ TO 9EAHMA SOY. 



Gravestone in cemetery in St. John's Quadrangle. 

H + B 

DEC R 23 

1840 



74 MAGDALEN COLLEGE CHAPEL 



1842. 
William Richardson, Fellow 1834-42 (Macray, vi, 102). 

Memorial tablet in the style of the Gothic revival on south 
wall of Antechapel. 

3) n Simmon am 



!uju0ce Collegii pec octo annog >ocii (tboracengig 
neenon 

2Domug Cljrteti ^ospitalig He >fjerburn 
3lujcta ucbem 3Dunelmfam Capellam 

>ucm ab ^jconfa redcuntem 

(BraDu Baccalaucei in ^acra^lieoloffia nupem'me 0u0cepto 
Kepentma in itinece mtagit febn'0 

tanto furore irruens? 

ut ad Domttm patn'0 bir perfoemret tjiijus 
ubi 

inter lacljrpmasf propinquorum 

anintam plactdi00ime ejrpiratjit 

2Die jcjcitt jI5otembrid anno 0altttid mocccjcltt aetat 



<EJir 0t quicf alius 
et moribuis et ptetate itigignig 

nee retera jure deflentiu0 

^Dut'ppe qut titant mortalem cunt immortaU commutaterit 
Beati 0ciltcet qut in 2Domino moriuntur 



FUNERAL MONUMENTS 75 

1853. 
John Edward Chaplin, Fellow 1836-52. 

Gravestone in cemetery in St. John's Quadrangle. 

E. J.C. 

DIED JAN. 24. 1853 
AGED 41. 

1854. 
Martin Joseph Routh, President 1791-1854. 

A large brass in the gravestone covers the place of sepulture 
in front of the Altar. 

A full-length figure in cassock, surplice, scarf, bands and wig, 
standing in a crocketed and cusped niche with three crocketed 
pinnacles in the style of the fifteenth century. 



Marginal Inscription : 



(s johinne) *^ IC jacct col 'P u5 tienecabtltgf tin' ( s 



Angel \ 
Matheus/ 



Macrae ^Ijeoloipae professions 
l&ectocis pacocljiae tie ^pleljuctft cum ^fjeale et 
Collegij pcaegiDitf qui otn'jt die XKiii SDecemb. 
SDomim ^^<tlLJW aetati0 0tice C 



( t S.L X ucas) 



Shields, between pinnacles, 

Magdalen College and Routh impaling Magdalen College. 
The monument was designed by the younger Buckler and was 

executed by Hardman (Bloxam, iv, 29). 

NOTE. 

There has been no burial within the chapel since the grave of 
President Routh was made there, so that all the later monuments 
are merely memorial. None mark the actual place of burial. 
Several of the Fellows have been buried in Holywell Cemetery. 



7 6 



MAGDALEN COLLEGE CHAPEL 



1867. 

Charles Giles Bridle Daubeny, F.R.S., Fellow 1815-67 ; Pro- 
fessor of Chemistry, Botany, and Rural Economy 
(Bloxam, vii, 181). 

Inscription by John Rigaud, on a tablet of white marble under 
west window of Antechapel. 



AD GLORIAM DEI 

ET IN MEMORIAM 

CAROLI JEGlVIl BRIDLE DAUBENY M D. 

ANNOS LI HUJUSCE COLL. SOCII 

LITERARUM HUMANIORUM EXIMIE DOCTUS. 

CHEMISE BOTANI/E GEOLOGIC 

SCIENTIA INSIGNIS. 

AMICIS AMICISSIMUS 

TAM ACADEMIC QUAM COLLEGIO DEVINCTUS 
DEUM TOTA MENTE COLUIT 

IN CHRISTO OBDORMIVIT 

DIE MENSIS DECEMBRIS XIII 

A. S. MD. CCC LXVII 

JET AT IS LXXIII 

AVE ANIMA SIMPLEX PIA DESIDERATISSIMA 



Gravestone in cemetery in St. John's Quadrangle. 

C. G. B. D 

13 TH DEC R . 1867 

AGED 72 



FUNERAL MONUMENTS 77 



1882. 
John Edward Henderson. 

Oblong brass under west window of Antechapel. Lettering 
incised and filled black, capitals red. The epitaph was 
written by John Rigaud. 



3(n piam memoriam 31oanm0 dftibarlu 

Pec anno0 jcjcfo* Collegii Ijujusce 
SDie men0ijs 3ttlu ^ mo ^[*2 
JSlnnojs natu0 Ibt 
3|ntra muco0 obu't* 
(E7ttam alfenam ut getfjaret 0uam pcojecit. 

Burjsanu^ liiligeng et 
Collejio 0i qut'0 alm0 



jpullt noti De0itiecatucf. 



KAI HMEI2 O*EIAOMEN YDEP TUN AAEA.*QN 
TA2 ^YXA2 TI9ENAI. 



78 ' MAGDALEN COLLEGE CHAPEL 



1885. 
Gibbes Rigaud, Major-General. 

Oblong brass scroll against north wall of Antechapel. Inscrip- 
tion composed by President Warren. 

Ktalenoig 3januarii0 anno >alutte m&cccljcjcjct aetatte 
<3ttae Ijct in Cim'gto 1 ob&onnifcit (Bibber Hfpud qui 
pogtquam annog jjcjcii mileg gtrenuugf 0tipendia | merue- 
rat S^agteter in &rtibu0 tjonoritf causfa creatu0 in fioc 
Collegium cut 1 necesgitutune atque anticitia iamtiutium 
tiebinctu^ erat at0citus e0t. Cuiu<5 in piam mcmoriam 
Ijoc monumentum ponenDum cui'afoerunt amici 



There is also a tablet to his memory on the south wall of the 
nave of Winchester Cathedral. 



1885. 

Edmund Roscoe, Commoner. 

Oblong brass scroll against north wall of Antechapel. Inscrip- 
tion composed by President Warren. 

31 n piam memoriam (Comundt l&ogcoe Ijujug Colleffii 
commensalig qui SL3D, ib I ^Ron. Ian. anno galutig 
mdcccl^jcjcti aetatigf sfuae jcjct t'ntra coUegit muro0 mortem | 
obiit* oEffceffi^ 0pci jufcemg titam bcebem ita egit ut 0i 
tiiutiu0 bijci00et for0itan I famar notiorem non 



tamen suigf oessiticcatiorem ae0 Ijocce lupcct. | Magdalen. 
Beati mundo corDe quoniam ip0i SDeum tiidcbunt* 



FUNERAL MONUMENTS 79 

1885. 

Thomas Henry Toovey Hopkins, Fellow 1856-85, Bursar 
(Macray, vi, 162). 

Large oblong brass with a border of Magdalen lilies and 
Tudor roses against north wall of Antechapel. Inscription 
composed by President Warren. 

^encicu0 ^oofoep ^opking : Si : $ : ljujugce 
>ocw!3 pec qw'nque ferme lustra alumnorum 
gtrenuug tigi'lang bcnetjolug ! Burgariuss series 
electug neque fjui'c mtmeri e,u ulla pane impac tic 
per0pfca^ 0mcecu3 impigcr quiDquid tjcl corporc liel 
mente potutt | temper Collcgto impcn^c Dabat laborh 
bu0 morboque &efe0us | Ufcm 0ttprcmum obut complete 
aetatiff anno qufnquage^tmo tertio 1 ^[ugu0ti Die wtfto 
J3nno fealuttsf mdttcljcjcjctito, 

Arms 

i. Quarterly, first and fourth gules on a chevron argent 
between three horse-pistols as many roses [Hopkins]. 
Second and third party per fess argent and azure a 
wyvern statant counterchanged [Toovey]. 
ii. Magdalen, 
iii. Trinity (of which College he was an undergraduate) 

blazoned thus : 

Party per pale argent and pur pure, on a chevron between 
three griffins' heads erased four fleurs de lys all counter- 
changed. 

This is a mistake in the hatching ; the proper 
tinctures are, or and azure. 
iv. Eton (where he was at school) blazoned thus : 

Gules three lilies argent, two and one, on a chief party per 
pale, dexter sable a Jlcur de lys, sinister argent a lion 
passant gardant. 

This is again wrong; the correct arms are : 
Sable three lily flowers argent, on a chief per pale azure 
afleur dc lys or and gules a leopard passant of the fourth. 



8o MAGDALEN COLLEGE CHAPEL 



1885 
Frederick Bulley, President 1855-85 (Macray, vi, 129). 

The mural tablet on the east wall (north end) of the 
Antechapel is bordered with a running rose ornament, 
within which is a carving of the Crucifixion between two 
shields. The design was by Bodley from a sketch by the 
Rev. F. H. Sutton (the last of the 'gentleman commoners'). 

31 n piam memociam jf ce&ecict Bullep > '(E. $. 
3uju0ce CoUecrii pec annog sejcacn'nta Semico mmtmarii 
>ocii pcaegiDig ui in Cfjcigto ob&ocmitit men0, >ept 
die iu 3U &, nttjcccljc)cjcti to aetatis 0uce l^ti | ^oc montt-- 
ntentumponenUum cucatieruntSlSafftialenengfeiS 0ui^uibU!2f 
pec annog jcjcjc pcarfuit | (Pic fcoctug piugf pacificu^ pcudengf 
tiulci0 beniffmigf &D omne opus lionum pacatttg 

Arms (coloured coats on monument) 
i. Magdalen. 

ii. Magdalen, impaling quarterly, first and fourth argent 
a chevron gules, between three bulls' heads caboshcd sable 
[Bulley]. Second argent two bars engrailed gules each 
charged with as many martlets or between three escallops 
of the field placed alternately [Toll]. Third chequy 
or and gules, a lion rampant gardant of the first 
[Pocock]. 

Crest A bulFs head sable issuant from a ducal coronet or. 



FUNERAL MONUMENTS 8l 



1886. 

John F. S. Spencer-Bell, Commoner. 
Laurence G. King-Harman, Commoner. 

Brass on west side of north door of Antechapel. Inscription 
composed by President Warren. 



SMN PIAM MEMORIAM 
luvenum paris JOANNIS F. S. SPENCER- 
BELL LAURENTII G. KING-HARMAN 
Hujus Collegii commensalium amicitia 
Studiis indole vita spe conjunctissimorum 
Morte acerbissima non divisorum quippe 
Quorum utrumque unus Auctumnus unus 

Fere mensis ilium fluctu A. D. V idus Septem 

Hunc febre A. D. X Kalendas Novembr, 

ANNO SALUTIS MDCCCLXXXVI 
Suis abripuerit aes hocce @ 
Magdalenenses aequsevi cum @ 
uno amborum desiderio 
poni voluerunt. &@ 

Arms 

i. Quarterly, first and fourth ermine on a chief ( ) an 
escallop ( ) between two church bells [Bell]. Second 
and third, Quarterly first and fourth ( ) an orle ( }, 
second and third ( ) a fret ( ) over all a bend ( ) 
[Spencer, cf. Pole eighth quarter]. 

ii. Quarterly, first and fourth gules a chevron between three 
hinds trippant argent [Harman]. Second and third 
argent, two lions rampant combattant ( ) holding a 
dexter hand couped ( ) impaling argent on a chevron 
( ) another gules, in base a heart of the third : on a 
chief ( ) three cushions. 

The brass shows as above, but is probably incorrect. 
iii. Magdalen (the sable parts hatched as for gules!!}. 



82 -MAGDALEN COLLEGE CHAPEL 



1887. 

Harman Chaloner Ogle, Fellow 1865-87, Head Master 1876-86 
(Macray, vi, 172). 

Oblong brass scroll against north wall of Antechapel. Inscrip- 
tion composed by President Warren. 



Barman CJjalonec >&le .9 M ^mfbptec, f)uju0ce 
Collegff | plus quam jcjc anno0 intec alumno0, liten'0 
05cecf0 et atim'0 1 qua0 adole0centibu0 ^utor, Hudi-- 
maffisrer ptierio Ubcnttcfotmc | impertiebat pcntttts iminirus, 
(ccle0iam J300pnam poene dilap0am ad 
ijortante ^arcl)iepi0copo Cantuacien0i 0olum 
morte pcaepcopeua arceptu^ annum rctatig agcngi xib m y in 
patciam ceUtftem mtffcatj(t men0i'0 3|unti die ;;jcb to J3. & 



1888. 

John Rigaud, Fellow 1849-88 (Macray, vi, 154). 

Oblong brass scroll against north wall of Antechapel. Inscrip- 
tion composed by President Warren. 

3oanne0 l&fpud S> 1L 1>. !)Uj'u0ce Colleffii anniu ^Ibii | 
0emicommunanu0 0ibe 0ociu0, multi0 cacu0, omnibu0 
ob animum | in Collegium <Dppidum (ccle0iam propen= 
0um notu0, indole | faceta Ijilari benetola, in eg;eno0 
mi0ericoc0 1 3&eliffioni0 | ob0ectjanti00imu0 > re0 noba0 in 
flcademia meren0, 'preten'ta | de0ideran0* animatn in 
lRedempton'0 manu0 ceddidit, anno0 | Ijctit natu0, 
men0i0 die jc^bii J3.fe. mdcccljcjcjctwi. 



FUNERAL MONUMENTS 83 



1899. 
John Fisher, Fellow 1836-96 (Macray, vi, 127). 

Mural tablet, with a frame of Devonshire marble designed by 
E. P. Warren, was placed against the south wall of the 
Antechapel. The epitaph was composed by President 
Warren. 
4.S Shield in olive wreath. iSyy 

In Piam Memoriam 
VI R I REVEREND I JOANNIS FISHER 

S'T-P ] Qui Collegiis B-V-M. Etonensis 
Aenei Nasi apud Oxonienses educatus 
in hujus collegii societatem S3 
utpote ex agro Buckinghamtenst 

oriundus. A. S. MDCCCXXXVI adscitus. 
et carports et animi vigore eximio 
facundus . lepidus . largus . comis . bom's 
litteris imbutus . rerum humanarum peritus 
naturalium observans divinarum non immemor . 
Quum annos sexaginta fere socius 
sodorum princeps viginti infra collegii muros 
degisset. infra muros eosdem mortem obiit. 
A.D. in. Kal Jun. A. S. MDCCCXCVI aetatis LXXXVII 

S3 S3 

Hanc tabulam sculpendam 

figendam curaverunt praesidens 

sociique Magdalenenses. 

Arms Argent, a chevron vaire argent and azure between 
three demi-lions rampant gules. 



MAGDALEN COLLEGE CHAPEL 



1QOI. 

John Stainer, Organist 1860-72, Knighted 1888, Professor of 
Music 1889-99, Hon. Fellow 1892 (Macray, vii, 99). 

Memorial tablet, designed by Bodley, was erected Nov. 1905 
on west wall of Antechapel. Within an alabaster frame, 
with Tudor roses carved in the moulding, and under three 
cherubs' heads are two scrolls lettered 

ALLELUIA 

GLORIA IN EXCELSIS DEO 

Beneath is the bronze inscription, composed by President 
Warren. Lettering in relief. 

+ IN PIAM MEMORIAM JOANNIS STAINER 
A.M. MUS. DOC. COLL. HUJUSCE && 
XECXOX ECCL. CATH. S. PAULI APUD 
LONDINENSES ORGANISTAE MUSICES IN 
UNIVERSITATE OXOXIEXSI PROFESSORIS 
VIRI LEPIDI SCITI DULCIS DOCTI, fe> 
QUI ARTEM SI QUA 1 ALIA CAELESTEM, 
SEU MELODIAS COMPOXEBAT SIVE 
ORGANA PULSANDO REDDEBAT NUNQUAM 
NOX SANCTE TRACTAVIT. IX CHRISTO 
OBDORMIVIT VEROXAE. Of PRID. KAL. 
APRIL. A.S MCMI. AETAT LXI. {( 
HOC MARMOR POSUIT CONJUGIS AMOR. 

1 Perhaps QJAE was intended. 



FUNERAL MONUMENTS 85 



IQOI. 

Prince Christian Victor, Commoner 1886. 
Charles Kershaw Elworthy, Commoner 1884. 
Albert Savory, Commoner 1889. 
Edward Vanrenan Ingham Brooke, Commoner 1895. 

Memorial to those members of the College who fell in the 
South African War. The lettering is in relief on a bronze 
plaque in a frame of Purbeck marble, designed by Bodley. 
Enamelled shields in corners. Inscription composed by 
President Warren. 

Shield Tudor Rose Shield 

Prince Christian Elworthy 

IN PIAM MEMORIAM 

CHRISTIANI VICTORIS 

PRINCIPIS DE SLESVICO-HOLSTINIA 

CAROLI KERSHAW ELWORTHY 

ALBERTI SAVORY 
EDVARDI VANRENAN INGHAM BROOKE 

COLLEGII OLIM COMMENSALIUM 

QUI IN AFRICA MERIDIANA MERENTES 

ANNIS MCM-MCMI 

PRO PATRIA 
VITAM PROFUDERE 

Shield Tudor Rose Shield 

Savory Brooke 

Arms in enamel 

i. [Schleswig-Holstein]. 

ii. Azure, two bars or, in chief three bezants [Elworthy]. 

iii. Paly of six or and vert, on a chevron ermine three cross- 

crosslets fitche'e sable, a chief gules [Savory], 
iv. Or, a cross engrailed per pale gules and sable [Brooke]. 



86 MAGDALEN COLLEGE CHAPEL 

1906. 
Edward Chapman. 

Culn brass surrounded by a moulding of Magdalen lilies, 
copied from the western entrance to the Chapel. The 
frame was repousse in copper by Sabatino de Angelis, of 
Naples. Inscription composed by H. W. Greene. 

IN PIAM MEMORIAM EDVARDI CHAPMAN A.M. 
DE HILL END IN AGRO CESTRIENSI, HVJVSCE 
COLLEGII SOCII PONENDVM CVRAVERVNT AMICI. 
IN REBVS TAM EXTERNIS QVAM DOMESTICIS 
DILIGENTER VERSATVS, PER XXV ANNOS IN HAC 
DOMO SCIENTIAE NATVRALIS PRAECEPTOR, POSTEA 
IN SVMMVM REGNI CONSILIVM DELECTVS, QVVM 
LIBERALITATE, MANSVETVDINE, CLEMENTIA, 
OMNIVM BENEVOLENTIAM ET CARI- 

TATEM SIBI CONCILIAVERAT, ANNO VITAE 

Shield. 

SVAE LXVII M SALVTIS MCMVI 
REPENTINA MORTE ABREPTVS EST. 

Arms Party per chevron or and azure, a crescent between three 
mullets of six points pierced, all counter changed. 

1912. 
George Broadbent, Demy 1876-81. 

Memorial brass in panel at back of Demies' seats in Chapel. 

George Broadbent 
Demy 1876-81 
Died 1911 
aged 53 

Arms (in enamel) Per pale ermine and azure t a fesse wavy 

gules. 

Crest In front of a pheon, the staff rompu. 
Motto Quondam his vicimus armis. 



FUNERAL MONUMENTS 87 



IQI2. 
Thomas Edward Bromley, Demy 1900-4. 

Memorial brass in panel at back of Demies' seats in Chapel. 

Thomas Edward 

Bromley 

Indian Civil Service 

Demy 1900-04 

Died 1911 

aged 30 

Arms (in enamel) Quarterly per fesse indented gules and or. 
Crest A pheasant holding a piece of broom in its bill, sitting, 

proper. 
Motto Pensez forte. 

1913- 
Alec Wynn Varley, Demy 1896-1900. 

Memorial brass in panel at back of Demies' seats in Chapel. 

Alec Wynn Varley 

Indian Civil Service 

Demy 1896-1900 

Died 1913 

aged 36 

Per diem sol non uret te. 

Arms (in enamel) Vert., on a bend or three stags heads erased. 
Crest An arm vambraced embowed, holding a battle-axe, 

proper. 
Motto Magna estveritas. 



88 'MAGDALEN COLLEGE CHAPEL 



IQI3- 
Samuel Rupert Sidebottom, Demy 1907-11. 

Memorial brass in panel at back of Demies' seats in Chapel. 

Samuel Rupert 
Sidebottom 

Demy 1907-11 

Died 1913 

aged 24 

Arms (in enamel) [Manchester Grammar School]. 
Motto Sapere aude. 



LOST BRASSES 89 

LOST BRASSES. 

The following brasses have been lost since the time of Wood, 
from whose work on the Colleges of Oxford the descriptions 
are borrowed. 

1465. 

Roger Bulkeley, D.D. Principal of Hare Hall 1438 and 1444 ; 
became a member of Magdalen College between 1450 
and 1460, probably in consequence of the conveyance 
of Hare Hall by St. John's Hospital to Waynfleet in 
1448. (Macray, i, p. 88.) 

iacet Slpaffifter I&o0;eru0 Bulfcelep in >acra 
profeffor, quondam fpecialig Benefactor 
t)tuu0 Collegfi, qtri otriit ti die S^enCi^ Slpati anno 
2Dom. S^ccccljt), Cuiutf antme propicietur 2Deu0 



Wood, Colleges (ed. 1786), p. 335 : now lost. 

1474- 

John Goolde, A.M., S.T.S. Fellow in c. 1471 (see MS. 49, given 
by him). 

*Drate pro anima S^ri 3]oljanni0 (Boolde 
#rtium et S>cljalari0 'flTljeoloffie, >oci 
larium de flpalle 1 ^ariflwrienCig 2DioceCi0, qui obiit 
jjtfji die menCte 3Iunii an. dom. S^ccccUiiit 2 Cuiug 
anime propicietur 2Deu0, (Wood, p. 335.) 

1 Coll. S. Nicolas, Scholar's Vale (a warden, 2 chaplains, 20 poor scholars) 
founded by Giles Bridport, 1461-2. 

1 Error for MCCCCLXXIIII (Macray, i, p. 90). 

Formerly under west window of Antechapel (Wood). 

Now lost. 

One of the four small nameless figures was identified by 

Haines as possibly that of Goolde, but none appear to be 

quite so early in style. 

M 



90 MAGDALEN COLLEGE CHAPEL 

1480. 
Edward Middleton. 

^ic met flEatoardus 9iddleton, filing 3Iotjanm0 
9iddleton quondam Citn'0 et 9ercerii ac #ldermanm 
Cibitatt'0 ilondon, et flEltjabertje ujoritf eiufdem 
Joljannte uniug filiorum ^ome flfllolCelep tie flfllolfe: 
lep tn Com. Stafford #rmipri. ^Dui qutdem <&= 
toardugf obt'tt Decfmo noao die menfiff japn'Ii'0 anno 
2Dommi millefimo tcccl^r* Cuiu0 anime propictetuc 



Arms Parted per J "ess erm. and ermines a lion rampant counter- 
changed. ' But they do not belong to Middleton, as I can 
find.' (Wood.) Perhaps they belong to Killingmarch. 

1489. 
George Epworth, M.A. Fellow c. 1487-9. (Macray, i, 115.) 

^ic iacet (Beorjjmg dEptoort!) in &utitw0 Sl^affiCter 
ac quonoam >ocm0 fftmjs Colleffii, qui otuit primo oie 
menCi'0 feptemb* am 2Dom, Qfyttttlmix. Cuiugf 
anime propicietur 2Deu0. 

Formerly in the Chapel. 
Now lost. 

It is suggested that the brass figured on p. 12 may have 
belonged to Epworth. 

1490. 
Thomas Freer, M.A. Fellow 1483-90. (Macray, i, 107.) 

<3Drate pro anima ^Ijomae jfceec nupec 9ag;iCti;i 
act, et Confort, fjuiug loci, qui obiit jcjcitt 1 3unii 
an. J3Dom, mflleCimo ccccl^w.r* Cuiugf animae pro- 
pietur 2Deu0. amen. 

Formerly in the Antechapel (Wood). Now lost. 
It is suggested that the brass figured on p. 13 may have 
belonged to Freer. 

1 His will is dated 37th. 



LOST BRASSES 9! 

1499- 
Richard Bernes or Barnes, M.A. (Macray, i. 81). 

ic meet ejtinctusf lapidig Cub mole foetufti 
i quondam ljutc open' fubCitug auctor ecat* 

l&icljardug Barney arte $Rag;iftec et |ut 9 
Caufa moneng ftudium Cpegf decug omne domug 
31#te tribug decieg ^ice^prefes claruit annig, 

(Cmorftur centum natttgf, et aCtca petit* 
Dctatjo 3Iunu femel 9p* define c quater anno 
notjfen0 nono, fpicituis oca 



Issuing from the mouth of a portrait of the deceased towards 
the picture of God. 

>cta tn'm'tag unug deu0 miferere nobigf* 

Formerly at south end of Antechapel, under the west wall. 
(Wood.) 

Now lost. 

1509- 

Richard Finch. Fellow 1501-9 ; Dean of Arts 1508-9. 
(Macray, i, 138.) 

flDrate p ala mu 3EUcardt fyncl) maffift* in #rtib| et 

qttodm socu 

fjuiujs colleffii qui obitt xt die men0 f octofan'0 SL dm 9^ 
ccccri); Cuiu0 ale ppicietur deu# J3men 

Formerly at south end of Antechapel under the east wall 

(Wood). 
Now lost. In existence in 1819. There is a rubbing in the 

collection of the Society of Antiquaries. 



1532. 
John Hygden, President : see p. 26. 



92 MAGDALEN COLLEGE CHAPEL 

I577- 
William Dayrell. Fellow 1576-7. (Macray, iii, 61.) 

Inscription on a brass plate, discovered in a corner of the 
Bursary in 1772. (Gutch, Appendix to Wood, p. 271.) 



Ipetlj OQlfUiam SDaprell tlje fpft gonne 
2Daprell (fefquiec Bacfjeler of #rte ano electteo jfelotoe 
of 90audlpn Coledge in SDjforde toljo oped of tlje fcegeage 
tljeare tlje wtjiti th of 31ulp in tlje peace of our Horde 
1577- 



List of persons buried in the College, some of whom may have had 
memorials which have been lost. Those marked with an 
asterisk probably had none. 

William Judson 1575 p. 32 

Anthony Morebred 1620 p. 35 

Thomas Harris 1633 p. 36 

"Joseph Stringer 1655 p. 39 

*Latimer Cross 1657 p. 39 

*Thomas Jennings 1658 p. 39 

Herbert Pelham 1671 p. 41 

*Richard Clutton 1671 p. 42 

Robert Hudson 1674 p. 43 

*Peter Bennet 1680 p. 46 

? Michael Gardiner 1682 p. 47 

*Edward Drope 1683 p. 47 

*Edward Rogers 1684 p. 49 

*Samuel Parker 1688 p. 50 

*John Rogers 1703 p. 51 



RICHARD PATTEN 93 

The Tomb of Richard Patten, Father of the Founder. 

Richard Patten was buried in the Old Church at Wainflete 
All Saints, where a tomb was erected to his memory by his 
son William of Wainflete. The monument was described by 
Hollis in 1628, as being in the south aisle of the church. 

Wainflet omn sanctorum 
In choro australi 

Statua alabastrina Viri, cujus pulvillus ab epo : et monacho sustentatus ; et 
inferius ad caput bini angeli gestantes, Insignia aurea periscelide, cincta, quo? 
dextra. 

Lozengy, Sa et ermine, on a chiefe, sa, 3 Lillies Arg. Waynflete 

Alterius colores fugerunt 

Novissima memorare Credo videre bona din in terra viventium 
Bursa. Pugiunculus, G globuli oratorii ad Cingulum, Tumulus ligno inclusus. 
Ut dicitur, Pater est Willi Wainflet Episcopi Winton. 1 

In the eighteenth century a heavy brick tower, raised in the 
place of the original lighter wooden spire, weighed so heavily 
on the old foundations that it caused them to sink, and then 
pressing hard against the main fabric of the church, made 
arches and columns lean dangerously over to the west. By 
1809 the evil had grown beyond repair, and the ruinous church 
was closed. When the church was taken down, the monument 
to Patten was ' wantonly demolished '. The parts that escaped 
total destruction were collected by Mr. Wilcox, and were pre- 
served in the school-house in 1829 (Oldfield, Wainfleet, p. 41). 
From the school-house the tomb was transported to Magdalen 
College in Oxford, and in 1832 a Gothic recess was built in the 
Antechapel for its reception, at an estimated cost of 94, by 
Cottingham. Whether the tomb was actually erected in front 
of the recess we do not know, but in November 1833 Cotting- 
ham's plan was abandoned, and the monument was removed to 
the Founder's Oratory near the Altar under the direction of 
Buckler. 

The following is Dr. Chandler's description of the monu- 
ment : 

'Richard Patten is recumbent in effigy on the slab of a fair 
altar-tomb of alabaster, within a strong moveable enclosure of 

1 Harl. MSS., No. 6829, p. 88 (Chandler). 



94 MAGDALEN COLLEGE CHAPEL 

wooden palisades designed to defend it from injury. He is 

represented as a tall, well-made person, not aged, of a comely 

pleasing countenance, without a beard, his eyes open and turned 

upwards, his hands closed as in prayer. He is bareheaded ; 

his hair regularly divided in wavy locks from the centre of the 

crown, and cut round, reaching only to the ears. He has 

a large figured ring, which seems to have had a stone or seal 

set in it, on the forefinger of the right hand ; and a narrow plain 

ring on the little finger of the left. He wears a gown or robe 

with wide puffed sleeves and with plaits, reaching from the 

breast to the feet ; a broad hem or border at the bottom ; and 

underneath, a vest or waistcoat, of which the sleeves are tied 

at the wrists with double strings. The two standing collars 

of these garments are round, and closed at the neck. The 

inner garment appears at the opening of the sleeves. A belt 

is fastened about the waist with a buckle ; the strap falling 

to the knee. It is studded with roses of stones, and the whole 

breadth near the end, decorated with a wrought ornament 

terminating in a single stone. From the belt hangs by the 

middle a rosary ; the ends, at which are two tassels, falling 

parallel ; the beads roughly cut, and near an inch diameter : 

also, by a double string, a purse with two small cords, to open 

and shut it, ending in tassels reaching almost to the bottom, 

which has a tassel at each corner. A whittle or knife was 

likewise suspended to it ; the string yet remaining with a portion 

of the handle, and the entire sheath under his right side. His 

feet rest on scattered lilies and other flowers, and his shoes 

have pointed toes. His head lies on a pillow placed on 

a cushion, with two large tassels at the corners ; and is 

supported on his left side by John and on his right by William 

Waynflete. 

'John Waynflete is represented as sitting with his feet drawn 
up, his right hand beneath the pillow, his left holding a large 
open book lying on his left knee, under which his right foot is 
placed. He has the clerical tonsure, and his hair is cut short 
and even. His features are strong and masculine, his aspect 
venerable, his air solemn, and his eyes lifted up as in prayer. 
His dress is a hood; that, it is likely, of a bachelor of canon 






RICHARD PATTEN 



95 



law, reaching to his loins, deeply indented or scalloped at the 
extremity ; with a cowl behind, like the cloak of a Capuchin 
friar. Under it is a full flowing garment with open sleeves, 
probably a surplice, as he appears to be attending on the last 
moments of his father in the character of a priest. 

' William Waynflete is in a similar posture, his left foot 




MONUMENT OF RICHARD PATTEN. 1 

placed under the bending of the right knee, his left hand 
supporting the pillow. He is represented as a bishop, and 
that hand has a glove upon it from which hang some small 
beads. The mitre on his head is set with precious stones, and 
richly adorned with broad figured lace ; some traces of the 
painting and gUding still visible. The middle part of the staff 
of the crosier, with his right arm and the hand, which held it, 
and, it is probable, had likewise a glove on, is gone ; but the 

1 After an engraving by R. L. Wright. 



96 MAGDALEN COLLEGE CHAPEL 

lower end remains under the shoulder of the large statue ; and 
the upper, reposing on his own shoulder and touching the 
mitre, has above it some imperfect traces of the pastoral crook. 
His robes are loose, flowing to his feet, and spreading on the 
marble behind. His countenance is amiable and benevolent, 
but serious and expressive of sorrow. His face resembles that 
of his father, but is younger ; and is neither so broad nor so 
aged as that of his brother. 

' The sides of the tomb are ornamented with compartments 
carved in fret-work, alternately of unequal width. In two at the 
head are angels, slender figures, with curling hair and penta- 
gonal caps, their wings expanded, and robes flowing to their 
feet ; holding each on his breast an armorial shield, encircled 
with the garter, once painted and gilded, tied in a knot below. 
Traces remain of letters, probably of the usual motto. The 
shield on the dexter side has the bearing of William Waynflete, 
Lozengy three lilies in chief. The other is now plain ; time, it is 
likely, having obliterated the arms of the see of Winchester, for 
which, perhaps, it was intended. 

' The wooden fence approaches the head of the tomb, so as 
not to admit of a passage within it, probably because the 
inscription was placed in that part, and not on a fillet round the 
rim ; one side being close to the wall. At that end the cornice 
is of freestone, and loose ; and, on removing it, light enters 
through the transparent alabaster. The middle is filled up with 
solid masonry. A remnant of the inscription was copied in 

1629 : novissima memorare credo videre bona Dhi in 

terra viventium and celebrates the pious confidence of the 
deceased, if I mistake not, by recording his last words : 
" I believe verily to see the goodness of the Lord in the land 
of the living." Ps. xxvii. 15' (Chandler, Life of Waynflete}. 



INDEX 



Adams 52 

Balston 73 
Barnes 14, 91 
Bayley 51 
Bennet 46 
Bentley 8 
Bond 34 
Broadbent 86 
Bromley 87 
Brooke 85 
Brown 43 
Bulkeley 89 
Bulley 80 
Butler 62, 64 

Caley 24 

Chamberleyn 30 

Chaplin 75 

Chapman 86 

Charyls 18 

Christian Victor, Prince of Schles- 

wig-Holstein 85 
Glutton 42 
Cobbe 30 
Cole 28 
Collins 58 
Cradocke 45 
Cross 39 
Curtis 67 

Daubeny 76 
Davys 60 
Dayrell 92 
Drope 47 
Dyke 20 



Elworthy 85 
Ernes 55 
Epworth 12, 90 
Exton 48 

Finch 91 
Fisher 83 
Forman 40 
Forster 66 
Freer 13, 90 
Fysher 24 

Gardiner 47 
Gilmore 65 
Goberd 22 
Goldwell 24 
Goolde 89 
Grandorge 62 
Grantham 72 
Grey 33 
Griffith 63 

Harris 36 
Hasard 22 
Henderson 77 
Holte 59 
Honiman 34 
Hooper 66 
Hopkins 79 
Howell 63 
Hudson 43 
Humphrey 32 
Hunt 50 
Hygden 26 

Jenner 66, 67 



9 8 

Jennings 39 
Judson 32 

King-Harman 81 
Kirrill 66 

Langton 35 
Lassy 14 
Loveday 70 
Lyttelton 36 

Mason 16 
Middleton 90 
Mills 71 
Morebred 35 

Newby 60 
Nicholson 44 

Ogle 82 
Oliver 40, 67 

Paget 67 

Palimpsests 24, 30 
Parker 50 
Patten 93 
Pelham 41 
Perch 10 
Pudsey 54 

Richardson 74 
Rigaud 78, 82 
Rogers 45, 49, 51 



INDEX 



Roscoe 78 
Routh 75 
Russell 41, 42, 46 

Sacheverell 59 
Savory 85 
Shaw 60, 69 
Sibthorp 67 
Sidebottom 88 
Sleamaker 61 
Smith 53 
Sondes 4 
Spencer-Bell 8r 
Stafford 56 
Stainer 84 
Stephenson 6 
Stonehouse 60 
Stringer 39 

Tate68 
Tawney 71 
Tubb 61 
Tybard 6 

Varley 87 
Vawdrey 2 

Walker 61 
Wallwyn 38 

Yerbury 49 



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